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Chapter 17 Video 1: Type 2 SLAP Repair

May 02, 2016

Contributors: Mark H. Getelman, MD; Blake P Gillette, MD

When performing Type 2 SLAP repair, appropriate indication and the proper surgical technique are paramount to obtaining a successful outcome for the patient. Likewise, knowledge of the normal anatomic variants of the anterosuperior quadrant of the glenoid labrum such as a sublabral foramen or Buford complex is critical to avoid inadvertent repair resulting in post-operative stiffness. Accurate portal placement allows appropriate anchor positioning, meticulous suture-shuttling techniques, and any necessary perilabral cyst decompression. The Single Anchor Double-Suture(SADS) technique will result in predictable, reproducible outcomes in patients undergoing Type 2 SLAP repair.

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