Mr Araz B. Massraf

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
MBCHB, FRCSI, FRCS (Orth & Trauma)

Early & Mid-term results

Management of labraltears of the hip has beenshown to provide pain relief and improve function in appropriatelyselected patients. Most outcome studies to date have lookedonly at surgery addressing labraltears in isolation. Improvedresults should be expected if the underlying disorder is concurrentlyaddressed. Strict attention to the acquisition of a thoroughhistory, the performance of a thorough physical examination,the use of appropriate imaging techniques such as magnetic resonanceimaging, and the adherence to safe and reproducible surgicaltechniques as described in this paper are essential to the successof this procedure.


Mr Massraf's Experience in Peterborough/UK Between 2006-2009

— Total number of patients - 79
— Total number of hips - 84
— Bilateral - 5 (in different sessions).
— Mean age 40 (19 - 73).
— All patients had MRI arthrogram.
— Commonest type - CAM
— Mean Duration of symptoms - 3 years
— 40% of our patients were MOD personnel.
— 78% - Alpha angle more than 55 degree and demonstrated positive MR triad
— Except 2 patients all the patients were operated using MIS anterior approach.
— Patient follow up 6 Months - 3 yrs
— Mean Follow up - 8 Months


Outcome: None of our patients underwent THR for the failed procedure.


One patient needed re-adjustment of the fixation.


All the patients gone back to their original occupation/Sport and achieved very good pain relief and nearly symptom free.




NORMAN ESPINOSA, et al, JBJS Am, May 2006, 925-8, University of Berne, Inselspital, Berne, Switzerland, labral refixation recovered earlier and had superior clinical and radiographic results.
Sampson (2006). In 183 hips, 94% achieved a high degree of satisfaction with the surgical outcome.



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Fitzwilliam Hospital
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South Bretton
Peterborough
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