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Inverse Schulterendoprothetik bei Frakturfolgezuständen

Reverse shoulder arthroplasty for fracture sequelae

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Posttraumatische Folgezustände des proximalen Humerus stellen eine äußerst heterogene Pathologie mit in schweren Fällen häufig assoziierten Weichteilkontrakturen, ossären Defektsituationen und Rotatorenmanschetteninsuffizienzen dar, die zu einer statischen Dezentrierung des Humeruskopfs führen können. Ziel dieser Arbeit ist es, die Möglichkeiten und ersten Ergebnisse der inversen Schulterendoprothetik zur Versorgung dieses komplexen Verletzungsmusters aufzuzeigen.

Abstract

Posttraumatic fracture sequelae of the proximal humerus represent an extremely heterogeneous pathology. In severe cases they are often associated with marked soft tissue scarring, osseous defects and insufficiency of the rotator cuff, resulting in a static instability of the humeral head. The aim of this article is to demonstrate the possibilities and early results of reverse shoulder arthroplasty for the operative management of this complex injury pattern.

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Gwinner, C., Greiner, S., Gerhardt, C. et al. Inverse Schulterendoprothetik bei Frakturfolgezuständen. Orthopäde 42, 531–541 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00132-012-2024-6

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