Video Gallery

Video Gallery

To View the Video

Computer-Assisted Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty and Glenoid Bone Grafting for Management of Severe Glenoid Retroversion

March 01, 2019

Contributors: Oluwadamilola Kolade; Dylan Lowe, MD; David H Mai, MD, MPH; Joseph D Zuckerman, MD; Mandeep Virk, MD; Mandeep Virk, MD

Glenoid wear is a common finding in patients with shoulder arthritis and rotator cuff arthropathy. Posterior glenoid wear with increased retroversion is the most common wear pattern observed in patients with shoulder arthritis. Failure to adequately correct glenoid retroversion during shoulder arthroplasty can result in a malaligned glenoid component, resulting in early loosening and failure. Excessive retroversion can be managed via asymmetric glenoid reaming, bone grafting, an augmented baseplate, or a combination thereof depending on the amount of glenoid bone stock available and the severity of glenoid bone loss. Reproducing glenoid anatomy during shoulder arthroplasty continues to be a challenge. Guidance technology may play a considerable role in preoperative planning and in execution of the surgical plan. Computer-assisted navigation allows for the precise placement of components during total shoulder arthroplasty in patients with considerable bone loss or bony deformities. This video discusses the case presentation of a patient with shoulder arthritis and severe posterior glenoid wear who underwent computer-assisted reverse total shoulder arthroplasty and glenoid bone grafting.

Results for "Shoulder & Elbow"

1 of 17
1 of 17

X