Instructional Course 202 Arthroscopic Management of Anterior, Posterior, and Multidirectional Shoulder Instability: Pearls and Pitfalls

@inproceedings{Millett2003InstructionalC2,
  title={Instructional Course 202 Arthroscopic Management of Anterior, Posterior, and Multidirectional Shoulder Instability: Pearls and Pitfalls},
  author={Peter J. Millett and Philippe Clavert and Jon J. P. Warner},
  year={2003}
}
Arthroscopic treatment of the unstable shoulder has evolved rapidly and significantly in recent years. Better understanding of the pathoanatomy, advancements in technology, and improved surgical techniques have led to dramatic improvements in outcome. An arthroscopic approach includes significant advantages. Arthroscopy provides better identification of concomitant pathology, lower morbidity, less soft tissue dissection, maximal preservation of motion, shorter surgical time, and improved… CONTINUE READING

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