We recently ran a special advertising feature in sports Illustrated about UCL surgery, or “Tommy John” surgery. The feature included a graphic showing a portion of the surgical process. A surgeon emailed me and said the graphic was incorrect because we showed the ligament connecting the lateral epicondyle with the proximal ulna while the correct orientation is from the medial epicondyle to the proximal ulna (sublime tubercle). I would appreciate if a surgeon could let me know whether or not we need to change our graphic, and if so, what we need to do to change it. I will copy a link to the graphic. Please let me know.
Post by Glenn Fleisig, Ph.D. on Jun 19, 2007 14:01:50 GMT -6
I happened to be reading Sports Illustrated yesterday (the issue with the Mets on the cover) and came across this ad. I read all of the words carefully to see if it was accurate (it was), but didn't pay enough attention to the illustration.
I will forward this message to Mike Oliver here at ASMI, and see if he can help you get a better picture. Perhaps Mike can send you a photograph or something, and you can make a new illustration for future runs of the ad.
Unfortunately I do not know any specialists in your area closer than St. Louis. However I checked out Dr. Prohaska's credentials; I don't know him personally, but he seems qualified for elbow injuries. Of course if you have the opportunity, you should consider going to Brimingham, AL to see Dr. Andrews, Cain, or Dugas.
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