Usefulness of Arthroscopy on Treatment of Double disruption of Superior Shoulder Suspensory Complex - Two cases including Fracture of Glenoid - Kim Bo-Hyun; Kang Shin-Taek; Park Ill-Seok; Byun Jae-Yong;
The Superior Shoulder Suspensory complex (SSSC) maintains a normal stable relationship between the upper extremity and the axial skeleton. Traumatic double disruptions of the SSSC frequently create an unstable anatomic situation and is difficult-to-treat. When this double disruption is managed conservatively, significant displacement can occur at either or both sites and result in long-term problems and functional disabilities. Therefore surgical management is generally necessary. The authors experienced two cases of double disruptions of the SSSC treated with arthroscopic surgery & and reported good results.
Superior Shoulder Suspensory Complex (SSSC);Double disruption;glenoid fracture;Arthroscopic surgery;