Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Ream and run for B2 glenoid - back to active duty in our armed forces

Here are the films of an active duty serviceman who dislocated his shoulder. In 2004 he had a Bankart repair. Eight years later he presented to us with capsulorrhaphy arthropathy. His axillary view documents a B2 glenoid.

Fifteen months after surgery he was returned to full active duty in the naval special warfare program.
His most recent x-rays are shown below.

We are grateful to his Navy Surgeon for the followup and to the patient for his terrific rehabilitation effort.


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