Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Ream and run for B2 glenoid at one year

A year ago a man in his mid 60s presented with a painful stiff right shoulder and a Simple Shoulder Test as recorded here: 

 He came with a CT scan showing a biconcave glenoid.

Because of his active lifestyle, he elected to proceed with a ream and run procedure.
At one year after surgery his SST score was 12/12 and his radiographs showed excellent centering and healing of his arthroplasty.

He was kind enough to allow us to take and show a video of his active shoulder motion.

He states that his shoulder is getting progressively stronger and more functional.

No bony ingrowth, no platform, no cement, no plastic.

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