International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Orthopaedic Surgery | India | Volume 9 Issue 4, April 2020 | Rating: 6.7 / 10

5 Years Short Term Follow up of Latarjet Technique in Treating of Anterior Shoulder Instability with Glenoid Bone Loss

Dr. N.V. Siva Rama Krishna | Dr. Ch. Prathyush | Dr. Prataap | Dr. M. Sanhitha

Abstract: Background: In short term the Latarjet procedure is the most effective procedure, The main complication of this procedure is developing post operative arthritis. our study aims to appraise the amount of arthritis developed in the gleno humeral arthritis post operatively Materials and methods: there were 40 procedures that were done between 2015 january to 2020 january. The functional outcome was calculated via Rowe score, and any post operative dislocation were also calculated. all the cases were evaluated with x rays post operatively foe a period of 24 months with regular visits Results: In Rowe score there was mean increase to 89.6 from 37.9 on final follow-up, The rowe score in preoperative and post operative (P <.001). The recorence rate post operatively was less than 2 %. Out of the 40 shoulders, 2 developed arthritic changes which was mild. The risk factors are ealderly individul, very high- sports activity, and lateral over hanging of the bone graft. Conclusion: This study showed that in a short-term follow-up has shown excellent outcomes in the cases treated for recurrent anterior glenohumeral instability with frequent physiotherapy after surgery showed best results than with no physiotheraphy. further more folllowup is required for the clear output of this study

Keywords: laterget

Edition: Volume 9 Issue 4, April 2020,

Pages: 1382 - 1387

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