Failure Posterior Instability Repair: Case Example
Different classifications of shoulder instability have been proposed in order to facilitate treatment decision-making. The classic classifications of shoulder instabilities include two generic types (TUBS and AMBRII) and a new concept of microinstability (AIOS) was more recently introduced. However, some situations cannot be classified in these patterns of instability. This is one of the cases, consisting of a pseudo-neurologic pattern of instability with normal electromyography findings.
KeywordsShoulder Instability Neurologic pattern Classification Failure