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These results suggest that gap measurement using a spacer block in UKA has the potential risk that the resulting extension gap may be smaller than the flexion gap. Surgeons should adjust the flexion and extension gaps with caution to achieve good ligament function when performing mobile-bearing UKA.
Bioresorbable pin fixation is a feasible and safe method of osteosynthesis for anterior glenoid rim fractures up to a glenoid defect size of about 35 % and enables immediate active range of motion. Good or excellent clinical outcome can be expected and glenohumeral stability is reliably restored....