Parthasarathy Raghava

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BACKGROUND The tissue-suture interface remains the most common site of failure in rotator cuff repairs. Improving stitch strengths may lead to lower failure rates. PURPOSE To compare biomechanical(More)
BACKGROUND The tissue-suture interface remains the weakest aspect of a rotator cuff repair, highlighting the importance of identifying techniques to improve stitch strength. Choice of suture-passing(More)
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