J. M. Glasson

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The aim of this study was a better understanding of the role of the vascular supply as a pathogenic factor in rotator cuff disease. Twenty-five shoulders from unembalmed cadavers were studied after injection of the upper limb aa. with barium sulfate. The predominant arteries were the vessels of the subscapularis m. These branches originated from the(More)
Three fractures of the femoral neck after intramedullary nailing for diaphyseal fracture are reported. In two cases, the diagnosis was established after nailing but the iatrogenic etiology may be not sure because of an imperfect primary radiological exploration. The localisation of the entry point and the rigidity of Grosse-Kempf's nail could be a(More)
Thirty patients (31 shoulders) were retrospectively reviewed after hemiarthroplasty for glenohumeral osteoarthritis. Ten shoulders had primary osteoarthritis, and 21 shoulders had secondary osteoarthritis. Glenoid surface wear was evaluated and classified as either type I, concentric, (15 shoulders) or type II, nonconcentric, (16 shoulders). Postoperative(More)
Figure 1 Highest possible latissimus dorsi anterior transfer positiond1 inferior half to 1 inferior third of subscapularis tendon. To the Editor:: We have read the article regarding anterior transfer of the latissimus dorsi and teres major in irreparable subscapularis tear with great interest. The study perfectly describes the possible transfer of these(More)
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