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Failed Slap Repair: Case Example

  • Antonio Cartucho
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Abstract

A clinical case of failed SLAP repair is presented with its clinical aspects and surgical details. Along the presentation the author presents the discussion on burning issues, such as, clinical and imaging diagnosis, SLAP repair or biceps tenodesis for primary treatment, and protocols to address patients with a failed SLAP repair.

Keywords

SLAP lesion Failure SLAP repair Biceps tenodesis Arthroscopy 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Antonio Cartucho
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  1. 1.Shoulder and Elbow DepartmentHospital Cuf Descobertas-José de Mello SaúdeLisboaPortugal

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