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Complications of Soft Tissue Repair Techniques for Shoulder Instability

  • Rupert MellerEmail author
  • Nael Hawi
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Abstract

Anterior shoulder dislocation is a common injury in patients between 16 and 60 years. Recurrent instability and deficits in shoulder function are results in up to 60% after nonoperative treatment [1]. The optimal surgical procedure is still on debate and depends on several parameters. Nonetheless, the results of open or arthroscopic procedures for shoulder stabilization are comparable, due to developments in special arthroscopic techniques [2]. A diagnostic challenge is to identify and to determinate significant bone loss of the glenoid and of the humerus. In cases with significant bony defects, the recurrence rate after arthroscopic soft tissue repair is known to be as high as 67% [2, 3].

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Trauma DepartmentHannover Medical School (MHH)HannoverGermany

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