Total shoulder replacement using a bone ingrowth central peg polyethylene glenoid component: a prospective clinical and computed tomography study with short- to mid-term follow-up

@article{Merolla2016TotalSR,
  title={Total shoulder replacement using a bone ingrowth central peg polyethylene glenoid component: a prospective clinical and computed tomography study with short- to mid-term follow-up},
  author={Giovanni Merolla and Giovanni Ciaramella and Elisabetta Fabbri and Gilles Walch and Paolo Paladini and Giuseppe Porcellini},
  journal={International Orthopaedics},
  year={2016},
  volume={40},
  pages={2355-2363}
}
To assess the clinical and computed tomography (CT) outcomes of shoulder replacement with a novel bone ingrowth all-polyethylene glenoid component (APGC). Twenty-eight patients (30 shoulders) with osteoarthritis, mean age 62.3 years (range, 45–75), were implanted with the novel component between 2011 and 2013. Patients were evaluated by active range of motion (ROM), Constant-Murley score (CMS), simple shoulder test (SST), X-rays, and multidetector CT at two months and at a mean follow-up of 31… CONTINUE READING
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