Mid-term survivorship analysis of a shoulder replacement with a keeled glenoid and a modern cementing technique.

@article{Kasten2010MidtermSA,
  title={Mid-term survivorship analysis of a shoulder replacement with a keeled glenoid and a modern cementing technique.},
  author={Philip Kasten and Guido Pape and Patric Raiss and Thomas Bruckner and Markus Rickert and Felix Zeifang and Markus Loew},
  journal={The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British volume},
  year={2010},
  volume={92 3},
  pages={387-92}
}
We have investigated the mid-term outcome of total shoulder replacement using a keeled cemented glenoid component and a modern cementing technique with regard to the causes of failure and loosening of the components. Between 1997 and 2003 we performed 96 total shoulder replacements on 88 patients, 24 men and 64 women with a mean age of 69.7 years (31 to 82). The minimum follow-up was five years and at the time of review 87 shoulders (77 patients) were examined at a mean follow-up of 89.1 months… CONTINUE READING