Arthroscopic Bankart repair with a biodegradable device

@article{Hehl2016ArthroscopicBR,
  title={Arthroscopic Bankart repair with a biodegradable device},
  author={Gerhard Hehl and Ulrich Becker and Wolf Strecker and Lothar Kinzl and I P Hoellen},
  journal={Der Unfallchirurg},
  year={2016},
  volume={101},
  pages={537-542}
}
SummaryWe examined 38 patients with an arthroscopic bioabsorbable tack repair for anterior shoulder instability in a prospective evaluation. The mean follow-up was 22 months (range 12 to 33). The average age was 28.4 years (range 15 to 57), the operation was performed at average of 50 months (3 to 244 months) after injury. Assessment using the Rowe score revealed excellent results in 33 and good results in 3 patients. 1 patient had a fair result and 1 had a poor result. 26 shoulders obtained… Expand

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