Saturday, September 22, 2012

Cuff tear arthropathy arthroplasty - functional result

Patients with irreparable cuff deficiency, glenohumeral arthritis, a stable shoulder and active elevation of at least 90 degrees often achieve excellent functional restoration following a CTA arthroplasty, avoiding the fragility of a reverse total shoulder. Here's a video showing function two years after a CTA arthroplasty on a patient meeting the selection criteria.

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