Shoulder Instability


Shoulder instability represents a broad and complex range of pathology, generally classified into anterior, posterior, and multidirectional categories. Recent research emphasizes the importance of glenoid and proximal humeral bony defects in recurrent anterior dislocation. The general understanding of the natural history, pathoanatomy, and surgical techniques surrounding shoulder instability continues to improve.

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