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A commonly cited contraindication to reverse total shoulder arthroplasty is deficient glenoid bone stock. Deficient glenoid bone stock can lead to inadequate glenoid baseplate fixation and, eventually, glenoid component loosening and prosthesis failure. However, with improved prosthetic designs...
Subscapularis dysfunction after tenotomy for the deltopectoral approach to the shoulder has recently been identified in the orthopedic literature as an under-recognized complication of total shoulder arthroplasty. Attempts to improve the postoperative function of the subscapularis and mitigate...
Reverse shoulder arthroplasty for the treatment of rotator cuff-deficient shoulders has improved patient outcomes compared with previous treatment options. Improvements in prosthetic design have resulted from parallel biomechanical and clinical research efforts that have provided an...
Biological glenoid resurfacing provides an alternative to conventional prosthetic glenoid components in young patients with end-stage arthritic shoulders. Although results have remained controversial in the peer-reviewed literature, successful clinical outcomes have been reported by several...
Glenohumeral degenerative joint disease is condition that can cause significant pain and disability to the affected individual. Several possible etiologies have been cited in the development of glenohumeral degenerative joint disease, including primary osteoarthritis, secondary osteoarthritis...
Cementless surface replacement arthroplasty of the shoulder differs in many aspects from the nonconstrained stemmed shoulder prostheses. The design concept is replacement only of the damaged joint-bearing surfaces and restoration of normal anatomy with minimal bone resection. Surface replacement...
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