Contribution of osseous and muscular stabilizing effects with the Latarjet procedure for anterior instability without glenoid bone loss.

@article{Dines2013ContributionOO,
  title={Contribution of osseous and muscular stabilizing effects with the Latarjet procedure for anterior instability without glenoid bone loss.},
  author={Joshua S. Dines and Christopher C. Dodson and Michelle H. McGarry and Joo Han Oh and David W. Altchek and Thay Q. Lee},
  journal={Journal of shoulder and elbow surgery},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 12},
  pages={1689-94}
}
BACKGROUND The Latarjet procedure is used to treat anterior shoulder instability. Authors contend that the main concept of the operation is using the conjoined tendon as a sling to lower the subscapularis, reinforcing the anteroinferior capsule. The effects of the "sling," as well as stability and range of motion (ROM), after the Latarjet procedure have not been documented. In this study, we test the Latarjet procedure, attempting to account for the effect of the conjoined tendon. We also use… CONTINUE READING
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