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Home / Research » Recurrent anterior instability of the shoulder associated with full-thickness rotator cuff tear

Recurrent anterior instability of the shoulder associated with full-thickness rotator cuff tear

Walch G, Li X, Smithers CJ, Raiss P. Recurrent Anterior Instability of the Shoulder Associated with Full Thickness Rotator Cuff Tear.  Controversies in Shoulder Instability. (1st Edition) 2013.  Editors: Christopher C. Dodson, David M. Dines, Joshua S. Dines, Gilles Walch, and Gerald Williams.  Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Introduction
Full-thickness rotator cuff tears associated with anterior glenohumeral instability are rare in patients younger than 40 Years.

 

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