[Arthroscopic shoulder stabilization. Differentiated treatment strategy with Suretac, Fastak, Holmium: YAG-laser and electrosurgery].

@article{Imhoff1998ArthroscopicSS,
  title={[Arthroscopic shoulder stabilization. Differentiated treatment strategy with Suretac, Fastak, Holmium: YAG-laser and electrosurgery].},
  author={Andreas Balthasar Imhoff and E. Roscher and Urte Koenig},
  journal={Der Orthopade},
  year={1998},
  volume={27 8},
  pages={518-31}
}
The goal for arthroscopic stabilization of anterior glenohumeral instability is to achieve an outcome equivalent to or better than open procedures. A number of arthroscopic procedures have been advocated to reestablish continuity of the inferior glenohumeral ligament complex (IGHLC) with the glenoid. Implantable suture anchors were developed to avoid the problems associated with arthroscopic staple capsulorrhaphy like iatrogenic injury of the glenoid or humeral surface, loosening and migration… CONTINUE READING
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