The Surgical Approaches for Shoulder Arthroplasty

  • J. C. Scheffer
Conference paper

Summary

Although the delto-pectoral approach is the most common approach used to insert a shoulder prosthesis, some surgeons still prefer to use superior approaches. Details of the different techniques are given to provide the best exposure possible.

Keywords

Arthritis Adduct Paration 

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