Docking Technique

The “DockingTechnique” was first described by Dr. David Altchek. This techniquereconstructs the UCL by looping a single continuous graft loop throughconverging Ulna bone tunnels and “docking” the sutured graft ends through twohumeral tunnels, after which the two ends of the UCL graft are tied withnon-absorbable suture over a bone bridge. The Dockingtechnique can be performed using the Arthrex ElbowUCL Reconstruction Instrument Set. FiberWireand FiberLoop may be used to stitch the graft ends and for final fixation overthe humerus bone bridge.

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The “DockingTechnique” was first described by Dr. David Altchek. This techniquereconstructs the UCL by looping a single continuous graft loop throughconverging Ulna bone tunnels and “docking” the sutured graft ends through twohumeral tunnels, after which the two ends of the UCL graft are tied withnon-absorbable suture over a bone bridge. The Dockingtechnique can be performed using the Arthrex ElbowUCL Reconstruction Instrument Set. FiberWireand FiberLoop may be used to stitch the graft ends and for final fixation overthe humerus bone bridge.

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Surgical Technique Videos (1)

Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction Using the Docking Technique
Anthony A. Romeo, MD
17:06 | English | 09/20/2022 | VID1-003559-en-US A

Catalogs (2)

Schulter und Ellenbogen
German | 04/16/2020 | LB2-0220-DE AB

Presentation Videos (2)

Advances in Elbow Arthroscopy Techniques
Kyle Anderson, MD
08:32 | English | 03/07/2014 | VPT1-00165-EN A
Elbow Arthroscopy and Arthroscopic Tennis Elbow
Scott Steinmann, MD
10:42 | English | 02/20/2013 | VPT1-0010-EN A


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