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Arthroscopic Repair of Type II SLAP lesion with Bio-knotless Anchor
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  • Journal title : Clinics in Shoulder and Elbow
  • Volume 10, Issue 1,  2007, pp.73-77
  • Publisher : Korean Shoulder and Elbow Society
  • DOI : 10.5397/CiSE.2007.10.1.073
 Title & Authors
Arthroscopic Repair of Type II SLAP lesion with Bio-knotless Anchor
Yum, Jae-Kwang; Chung, Hyung-Jin; Ra, Ho-Jong;
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Purpose: This study reports the clinical results of the arthroscopic repair of type II SLAP lesion with bio-knotless anchor. Materials and Methods: 25 cases of 25 patients (20 male, 5 female) were included in this study. The average age was 44.5 years old. Preoperative ASES score was average 44. Arthroscopic SLAP repair with 1 or 2 bio-knotless anchors were performed in all cases. The average follow up period was 15 months. Results: The ASES score improved to average 92.7 at last follow up period and 23 cases had full range of motion of the shoulder. 2 case had mild limited range of motion of the shoulder without any problem in normal activity. Conclusion: Arthroscopic repair with bio-knotless anchor in type II SLAP lesion is one of the good methods because of the good clinical results.
Shoulder;Type II SLAP lesion;Arthroscopic repair;Bio-knotless anchor;
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SLAP 병변 수술에 사용 가능한 새로운 V자 봉합 (Type II SLAP 병변의 관절경적 수술에 있어 새로운 V자 형태의 봉합술기와 기존의 방법과의 임상결과 비교),현윤석;신성일;강정우;안주현;

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