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Inferior scapular notching following reverse shoulder arthroplasty has been described using devices with a center of rotation located at the glenoid. Notching is typically seen within the first few months. To date, the only prosthesis without a reported case of scapular notching is the Encore Reverse Shoulder Prosthesis (RSP) (DJO Surgical, Austin, Texas).(More)
OBJECTIVE End-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) have poor survival on maintenance hemodialysis. Only a few studies have evaluated survival time on the basis of demographic and clinical factors. The clinical category of the HIV infection and total CD4 counts are commonly considered determining factors of(More)
PURPOSE Glenoid component loosening remains a common mode of failure for total shoulder arthroplasty and has inspired improvements in implant design, instrumentation, and surgical technique. The purpose of this manuscript was to evaluate the incidence of radiolucent lines and glenoid seating on initial postoperative radiographs using a modern pegged-glenoid(More)
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