An active duty patient presents with bilateral glenoid dysplasia, symptomatic only on the left side without antecedent injury. Patient reports feeling posterior shoulder pain and a sense of instability. What are his surgical options?
Shoulder Dislocation in the Setting o Complex Surgical History
October 30, 2018
Patient presents with a Subject Shoulder Value of 40% following dislocation in the setting of a complex surgical history, including: a total shoulder replacement, an open reduction and internal fixation, and a subscapularis repair. What are his options?
Patient presents with shoulder pain and mild osteoarthritis following a traumatic posterior dislocation. In addition to posterior glenoid reconstruction and total shoulder arthroplasty with bone graft or augmented glenoid, what are his other treatment options?
Enclosed is a case of a 21-year-old collegiate basketball player with a Bankart lesion and Type 2 SLAP after two dislocations. Perhaps you thought about how to address the SLAP lesion, or not. Here are articles form more than 20 years ago, which provide a biomechanical rationale for why you should repair a SLAP lesion.