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Chapter 12 Video 1: Uncomplicated Posterior Shoulder Instability/Labral Repair

May 02, 2016

Contributors: Fotios Paul Tjoumakaris, MD; James P Bradley, MD

Posterior instability of the shoulder is commonly the result of repetitive micro-trauma to the posterior capsule and labrum of the shoulder.  Accurate diagnosis is made by careful history, physical examination, and MRI arthrography.  For patients who fail a non-operative treatment approach, arthroscopic posterior labral repair with or without capsular plication provides excellent results.  An arthroscopic technique is described in the following chapter and video for an uncomplicated (without osseous or capsular deficiency) case of posterior shoulder instability.

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