Most of the minimally displaced proximal humerus fractures in people > 65 years age will unite uneventfully ant the outcomes will be good. However sometimes these fractures are moderately to severely displace and may be accompanied with a head dislocation.
The bone of contention is the highly comminuted and displaced fractures, which pose a significant challenge for the treating physician
Recent literature suggests that in elderly age group, the displaced




The biggest series of patients from Zurich published in the top ranked journal of orthopaedics (JBJS) proves beyond doubt that Latarjet is clearly the surgery of choice and much more superior to Arthroscopic bankart repair for treatment of anterior recurrent dislocation of shoulder.
People have been arguing back and forth in favor of arthroscopic bankart repair, while secretly accepting it has a high failure rate. The simplicity and the


What are the available options for someone who had a fracture of proximal shoulder, which hasn’t united? One, he has a painful shoulder and 2nd he has limited motion.
Mostly this will be found in old individuals with a poor bone stock, which was a contributory factor to non-union in the first place.
A traditional approach which fails very often would be to attempt refixation with bone grafting. However this




Have experienced these symptoms of late?
Pain caused by shoulder injury
Repeated shoulder dislocations
Repeated instances of the shoulder giving out
The shoulder persistently starts feeling loose, slipping in and out of the joint

If the answer is yes to any of these factors, consider visiting a shoulder surgeon / specialist. The above mentioned symptoms point to a troubling condition known as recurrent shoulder dislocation.
The shoulder joint in our body gels well with




Have experienced these symptoms of late?
Pain caused by shoulder injury
Repeated shoulder dislocations
Repeated instances of the shoulder giving out
The shoulder persistently starts feeling loose, slipping in and out of the joint

If the answer is yes to any of these factors, consider visiting a shoulder surgeon / specialist. The above mentioned symptoms point to a troubling condition known as recurrent shoulder dislocation.
The shoulder joint in our body gels well with

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