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Sternoclavicular Joint Reconstruction: Surgical Technique

February 19, 2016

Contributors: Petar Golijanin, BS; Anthony A Romeo, MD, FAAOS; CAPT (Ret) Matthew T. Provencher, MD MC USNR; Rachel M Frank, MD; Rachel M Frank, MD

The management of symptomatic sternoclavicular joint instability may be extremely challenging. Surgical management typically is reserved for patients with chronic, anterior symptomatic instability; irreducible posterior instability; or chronic, posterior symptomatic instability. Various surgical techniques have been described for the management of symptomatic sternoclavicular joint instability, with encouraging short-term and midterm clinical outcomes reported. This video describes the surgical treatment of patients with symptomatic sternoclavicular joint instability via allograft reconstruction.

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