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Title: Arthroscopic Knotless Subscapularis Bridge Technique for Reverse Hill-Sachs Lesion With Posterior Shoulder Instability
Author: Hachem, Abdul-ilah
Bascones, Karla R.
Costa D’O, Gino
Rondanelli S, Rafael
Rius, Xavi
Keywords: Espatlles
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2021
Publisher: Elsevier BV
Abstract: Posterior shoulder dislocations are an uncommon cause of glenohumeral instability; they are frequently missed and are associated with humeral head defects and capsulolabral lesions. Despite surgical treatment often being mandatory, there is still no standardized treatment for anterior impaction fractures of the humeral head (reverse Hill-Sachs lesions). Arthroscopic surgery is typically indicated, with a tendency toward resorting to knotless techniques in recent years. We present a method for the treatment of posterior shoulder dislocations with engaging reverse Hill-Sachs lesions that achieves full defect coverage using an arthroscopic all-in-the-box knotless subscapularis bridge technique with 2 anchors-with one crossing the subscapularis tendon and the other embracing it-along with posterior capsulolabral complex restoration. This promising technique is a potentially superior alternative for the treatment of these lesions that can also be used in the presence of concomitant partial subscapularis tears.
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It is part of: Arthroscopy Techniques, 2021, vol. 10, num. 1, p. e103-e116
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