Biomechanical effects of rotator interval closure in shoulder arthroplasty.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Subscapularis dysfunction remains a significant problem after shoulder arthroplasty. Published techniques have variable recommendations for placing a rotator interval closing suture in attempts to off-load the subscapularis repair site, the implications of which have yet to be examined in the literature. The goals of this study were to… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jse.2015.12.003

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