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February 1949: American Journal of Surgery
J E Tibone, C Prietto, F W Jobe, R W Kerlan, V S Carter, C L Shields, S J Lombardo, H R Collins, L A Yocum
Recurrent posterior shoulder dislocation or subluxation is uncommon but occurs occasionally in athletes. Ten patients were treated with a posterior shoulder staple capsulorrhaphy. A posterior Bankhart-type-lesion was found in all cases. Eight of the 10 patients had pain relief. The range of motion was usually maintained postoperatively, but no patient returned to his former throwing status. Four patients also had anterior instability. Three patients (30%) had postoperative recurrence of their posterior instability...
May 1981: American Journal of Sports Medicine
K A Collins, C Capito, M Cross
This study presents the results of 107 shoulder reconstructions by one surgeon, of which 59 were Putti-Platt procedures, and 48 were combined Putti-Platt/Bankhart procedures. The patients were predominately young males engaged in contact sports, particularly the Rugby football codes. There were nine redislocations noted in clinical records for the 107 Putti-Platt or combined Putti-Platt procedures, but 8 noted on the 71 replies to a questionnaire. There was only one redislocation in the absence of significant trauma...
September 1986: American Journal of Sports Medicine
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