Die offene Stabilisierung der vorderen unteren Schulterinstabilität

  • J. F. Loehr

Zusammenfassung

Eine Instabilität des Schultergelenkes entsteht oft in der Folge eines Unfalls. Dabei kommt es in fast allen Fällen zu einer Störung im Zusammenspiel zwischen den statischen kapsuloligamentären Strukturen und den dynamischen Muskelgruppen. Davon zu unterscheiden sind Patienten, die eine angeborene Schulterlaxität ausweisen bzw. in ihrer Propriozeption gestört sind.

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