Thirty shoulder arthroplasties in 28 patients were revised for rotator cuff deficiency , instability, fracture, glenoid deficiency, and sepsis using a reverse total shoulder. Fifteen shoulders had complications of the revision of which seven required at least one additional surgery. The article illustrates methods for humeral component removal, humeral reconstruction with graft and glenoid reconstruction with graft.
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