Petar Golijanin

Learn More
PURPOSE To identify the relation between the Hill-Sachs (H-S) angle and arm position at the time of the initial dislocation, and to see if this correlates with the glenoid track. METHODS A total of 102 patients (89 male patients, 87.2%), with a mean age of 32 years (range, 17 to 38 years), were divided into 2 groups, abduction (ABD) and adduction (ADD),(More)
BACKGROUND The incidence and arthroscopic treatment of superior labral anterior posterior (SLAP) tears have increased over the past decade. Recent evidence has identified factors associated with poor outcomes, including age, overhead activity, and concomitant rotator cuff tears. Biceps tenodesis has also been suggested as an alternative treatment to repair.(More)
BACKGROUND Long head of the biceps (LHB) deformity after surgical tenotomy or auto-rupture may result from attrition or injury. The purpose of this study was to describe the surgical outcomes of biceps tenodesis after failed surgical tenotomy or auto-rupture of the LHB tendon in a population of active patients. METHODS During a 5-year period, 11 patients(More)
Shoulder instability is common in military populations, and this demographic represents individuals at high risk for recurrence. Surgical management is often indicated, especially in high-demand young individuals, and provides a predictable return to military duties. Accurate recognition of glenoid bone loss and other associated anatomic lesions is of(More)
Shoulder injuries in the thrower can prove a challenge to diagnose and treat. Overhead throwing is an intricate motion that places considerable torque on the shoulder. The complex interplay of the scapula with the glenohumeral joint and its surrounding musculature allows elite pitchers to achieve speeds >95 miles per hour. An understanding of scapular(More)
BACKGROUND Pectoralis minor (PM) tightness has been linked to pain and dysfunction of the shoulder joint secondary to anterior tilt and internal rotation of the scapula, thus causing secondary impingement of the subacromial space. PURPOSE To describe outcomes pertaining to nonoperative and operative treatment via surgical release of the PM tendon for(More)
PURPOSE To assess the clinical and radiographic outcomes of patients with recurrent anterior shoulder instability treated with fresh distal tibia allograft (DTA) glenoid reconstruction. METHODS Consecutive patients with a minimum 15% anterior glenoid bone loss associated with recurrent anterior instability who underwent stabilization with DTA glenoid(More)
BACKGROUND Recognition and proper treatment of glenoid bone loss (GBL) are important for successful management of anterior shoulder instability. Although GBL has been described as the amount of bony loss from the front of the glenoid, there is also a fragment of bone that is usually displaced and often undergoes attrition. Thus, due to attritional bone loss(More)
PURPOSE To compare the surface area available for bony contact and the width of bone on each side of the Latarjet fixation screws in the traditional Latarjet technique versus the congruent arc modification of the Latarjet technique. METHODS Computed tomographic scans of 24 shoulders in patients with glenohumeral instability who underwent multiplanar(More)
BACKGROUND Computed tomography (CT) scans of the shoulder are often not well aligned to the axis of the scapula and glenoid. The purpose of this paper was to determine the effect of sagittal rotation of the glenoid on axial measurements of anterior-posterior (AP) glenoid width and glenoid version attained by standard CT scan. In addition, we sought to(More)