Treatment outcomes of single- versus double-row repair for larger than medium-sized rotator cuff tears: the effect of preoperative remnant tendon length.

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BACKGROUND In rotator cuff repair, no practical guidelines exist for deciding which technique is the most beneficial to outcomes. PURPOSE To determine which of 2 repair techniques, the single-row (SR) and double-row suture bridge (DR-SB) methods, leads to better therapeutic outcomes in terms of remnant tendon length in patients with larger than medium… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/0363546513499000

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@article{Kim2013TreatmentOO, title={Treatment outcomes of single- versus double-row repair for larger than medium-sized rotator cuff tears: the effect of preoperative remnant tendon length.}, author={Young Kyu Kim and Sung Hoon Moon and Seung Hyun Cho}, journal={The American journal of sports medicine}, year={2013}, volume={41 10}, pages={2270-7} }