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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2015, Volume 52, Issue 3,





Catalin Cirstoiu, Razvan Ene, ZSOMBOR PANTI, Patricia Ene, Monica Cirstoiu Particularities of Shoulder Recovery After Arthroscopic Bankart Repair with Bioabsorbable and Metallic Suture Anchors


Abstract:
Dislocation of the humeral head is a very common traumatic disorder of the shoulder. Most of the time the dislocation is antero-inferior, which causes a detachment of the antero-inferior capsulolabral complex. This injury predisposes to redislocation, thus requiring surgical fixation, the so called Bankart repair, during which the labrum is reinserted to the glenoid cavity. The aim of our study is to follow the particularities of the outcome after the arthroscopic Bankart repair, accomplished with two different types of suture anchors, bioabsorbable and metallic anchors. Considering the surgical technique there is no difference between the implantation of the two types of suture anchors. There was no significant difference in the rehabilitation outcome between the studied groups. Our results correspond with the findings of other research papers. The arthroscopic management of Bankart lesion is less invasive, which shortens the rehabilitation period. The main disadvantages of metallic suture anchors are the loosening of the anchor and the revision surgery, which also can be complicated. Keywords: Bankart lesion, shoulder arthroscopy, shoulder recovery, suture anchors



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