The Biologic Tuberoplasty Effect in Failed SCR and Bridging Procedures With Dermal Allograft Can Still Improve Pain and Function

      Massive rotator cuff tears (MRCT) are a challenging problem. Dermal allografts have been used in “bridging” procedures and for superior capsule reconstruction (SCR). Both have been shown to have clinical improvement, without correlation to post-operative imaging. Correlate clinical outcomes with graft integrity on MRI.
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