SURGICAL PEARLS: Avoiding Intraoperative Complications in Instability Surgery
Surgical repair of shoulder instability can fail for many reasons, as enumerated by Evan L. Flatow, MD, at ICJR’s 8th Annual Shoulder Course:
- Wrong diagnosis
- Missed bone loss
- Too loose
- Too tight
- Hardware (especially metal)
- Nerve injury
Dr. Flatow, from Mount Sinai West and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, has seen a number of instability repairs fail in his more than 30 years of practice, and in this presentation, he offers tips, tricks, and techniques for avoiding those failures.
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For more on the management of shoulder pathology, join us starting on October 14 for the first webinar in our 4-part virtual CME series, ICJR Insights: Advanced Concepts® in Shoulder Surgery. Click here to register.
Disclosures: Dr. Flatow has no disclosures relevant to this presentation.