Document Type : Research Article
Introduction: Traditional treatment for inferior pole patella fractures is excision of the comminuted pole and Repair of a ruptured patellar tendon with the use of sutures that are passed through intraosseous tunnels within the patella. Difficulty with this technique is that Beath pin may penetrate the articular surface or may unduly injure the quadriceps through multiple passes. Obliquely oriented bony tunnels may cause abnormal patellar tilt, leading to uneven force distribution. This technique reports use of suture anchors for inferior pole patella fractures. Retrospective analysis of four cases of patients doing well at follow-up of one year. Materials and Methods: Four patients treated using suture anchors for repair of comminuted inferior pole fractures of patella between June 2020 to September 2020 (range 22 years-38 years).