[Results of treatment of multiple ventral shoulder dislocation and surgical stabilization by Weber rotational osteotomy. 78th Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society of Trauma Surgery and Occupational Diseases 4-5 September 1992 in Olten].

@article{Schmidt1993ResultsOT,
  title={[Results of treatment of multiple ventral shoulder dislocation and surgical stabilization by Weber rotational osteotomy. 78th Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society of Trauma Surgery and Occupational Diseases 4-5 September 1992 in Olten].},
  author={Maximilian Schmidt and Hans-Ludwig Drews and Dara Havemann},
  journal={Zeitschrift fur Unfallchirurgie und Versicherungsmedizin : offizielles Organ der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft fur Unfallmedizin und Berufskrankheiten = Revue de traumatologie et d'assicurologie : organe officiel de la Societe suisse de ...},
  year={1993},
  volume={86 1},
  pages={18-21}
}
The treatment of recurrent anterior shoulder dislocation with the rotational humeral osteotomie by Weber showed best results in the follow-up of 53 operations when combined with a shortening of the capsule and the musculus subscapularis. Rotational humeral osteotomie alone showed in 20% redislocations. The rate of redislocation could significantly be reduced by additional shortening of the soft tissue. 

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