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Home / Research » Critical Findings on MR-Arthrogram in Posterior Shoulder Instability Compared to an Age-Matched Controlled Cohort

Critical Findings on MR-Arthrogram in Posterior Shoulder Instability Compared to an Age-Matched Controlled Cohort

Galvin JW, Parada SA, Li X, Eichinger JK.  Critical findings of Magnetic Resonance arthrograms in posterior shoulder instability compared to an age-matched controlled cohort. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2016 Dec;44(12):3222-3229.


Introduction: Hill-Sachs reduction represents a potential alternative treatment method to remplissage. The purpose of this study is to biomechanically compare the stabilizing effects of a Hills-Sachs reduction technique and remplissage procedure, in a complex instability model.
 


 

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