By Stefano Zaffagnini, Roland Becker, Gino M.M.J. Kerkhoffs, João Espregueira Mendes, C. Niek van Dijk
This booklet presents an replace on a wide selection of sizzling issues within the box of knee surgical procedure, activities trauma and arthroscopy, protecting the newest advancements in simple technology and medical and surgical equipment. It contains the educational path Lectures added on the sixteenth ESSKA Congress, which used to be held in Amsterdam in the course of might 2014 and taken jointly the world’s best orthopaedic and activities physicians. The contributions are all written via eu and overseas specialists of their box. each one lecture has a pragmatic concentration and gives an updated synthesis of center wisdom at the topic in query because of top of the range illustrations. Take domestic messages and key innovations are highlighted. This publication can be of price to practitioners and researchers alike.
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Traumatic anterior shoulder instability. Orthop Clin North Am. 2001;32:399–409. 10. Franceschi F, et al. Arthroscopic salvage of failed arthroscopic Bankart repair: a prospective study with a minimum follow-up of 4 years. Am J Sports Med. 2008;36:1330–6. 11. Millar NL, Murrell GAC. The effectiveness of arthroscopic stabilisation for failed open shoulder instability surgery. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2008;90: 745–50. 12. Meehan RE, Petersen SA. Results and factors affecting outcome of revision surgery for shoulder instability.
Meraner There is still an ongoing controversial discussion about how to treat failed anterior shoulder instability repair. Open Bankart repair with refixation of the labrum at the glenoid neck was the golden standard for decades. Since the 1990s, this procedure has also been performed using the arthroscopic technique. Subsequent studies showed higher reinstability rates up to 15 % , depending on the age and activity level of the patients. The Latarjet procedure, a modification of the Bristow procedure, has been indicated for the treatment of anterior glenohumeral instability with associated glenoid bone loss of up to 40 % as well as for patients who have undergone anterior shoulder stabilisation procedures that were unsuccessful .
ESSKA Instructional Course Lecture Book: Amsterdam 2014 by Stefano Zaffagnini, Roland Becker, Gino M.M.J. Kerkhoffs, João Espregueira Mendes, C. Niek van Dijk