A significant debate has involved in the last several years regarding the optimal
surgical management of glenohumeral instability. The majority of patients with traumatic
anterior-inferior instability sustain a capsulolabral detachment
Pathologic changes associated with shoulder dislocations arthroscopic and physical examination findings in first time anterior dislocations.
- Baker C.L.
- Uribe J.W.
- Whitman C.
Arthroscopic evaluation of acute initial anterior shoulder dislocations.
described by Perthes
Uber operationen bei haituellar schulterluxation.
The pathology and treatment of recurrent dislocation of the shoulder joint.
The open Bankart repair by Rowe
- Rowe C.R.
- Patel D.
- Southmayd W.W.
The Bankart procedure a long-term end-result study.
has resulted in a high rate of shoulder stability, although the functional outcome
has sometimes been suboptimal, especially for higher-caliber athletes. Although suture
anchors have simplified the procedure when compared with bone tunnels,
- Levine W.N.
- Richmond J.C.
- Donaldson W.R.
Use of suture anchor in open Bankart reconstruction. A follow-up report.
the technique has not changed substantially. In an effort to decrease the morbidity
and improve the functional results, Caspari
Arthroscopic reconstruction of anterior shoulder instability.
- McIntyre L.F.
- Caspari R.B.
The rationale and technique for arthroscopic reconstruction of anterior shoulder instability
using multiple sutures.
developed an arthroscopic capsular shift technique, which began a period of intense
interest and study in arthroscopic techniques to stabilize the shoulder. As refinements
have been made to the arthroscopic methods, the number of proponents has grown. Current
arthroscopic techniques using suture anchors
- Wolf E.M.
- Wilk R.M.
- Richmond J.L.
Arthroscopic Bankart repair with suture anchors.
mimic the open Bankart repair and comparable results have been reported.
- Bacilla P.
- Field L.D.
- Savoie F.H.
Arthroscopic Bankart repair in a high-demand patient population.
- Burkhart S.S.
- De Beer J.F.
Traumatic glenohumeral bone defects and their relationship to failure of arthroscopic
Bankart repairs significance of the inverted-pair glenoid and the humeral engaging Hill-Sachs lesion.
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- Hamberg P.
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Comparison of an arthroscopic and an open procedure for posttraumatic instability
of the shoulder a prospective, randomized multicenter study.
Treatment options for anterior instability open versus arthroscopic.
Rather than attempt to defend a particular position as to whether an arthroscopic
or an open approach to shoulder stabilization is best, the focus here is placed on
what we have learned regarding the appropriate indications for each of these techniques.