• Glenoid bone loss increased with recurrent anterior instability

    5 monthes ago - By Healio

    CHICAGO - Results presented at the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Annual Meeting showed glenoid bone loss of 6.8% after a first-time anterior instability event and loss of 22.8%, with a high prevalence of bony Bankart lesions, in cases of recurrent instability.
    Jonathan F. Dickens, MD, and colleagues prospectively followed 714 athletes for 4 years to identify those with shoulder instability. Researchers assessed subjective history of shoulder instability at baseline and obtained bilateral non-contrast shoulder MRIs in all participants with and those without a history of previous
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