Monday, July 18, 2016

More on the B2 glenoid

Earlier today, we posted on the assessment of glenoid pathoanatomy: see this link.

In the office today, we saw three of our patients in followup after arthroplasty for "B2" type posteriorly biconcave glenoids: two total shoulders and one ream and run. The preoperative and postoperative 'truth' views are shown below. Note that in each case the preoperative decentering was corrected even though there was no attempt to change glenoid version with anterior reaming, posterior bone graft or posteriorly augmented glenoid components.


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