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Peter Ström

with arthroscopic and percutaneous well-described techniques. Some transverse types, such as Ideberg type III ( Fig. 3 ), are also reached the same way, and there are several reports on specific arthroscopic techniques. 9 , 10 The anterior approach

Pieter Caekebeke, Joris Duerinckx, and Roger van Riet

supination strength. 43 In the single anterior approach, a 2–3 cm incision is made anteriorly through which the tendon is retrieved, prepared and reinserted. This approach decreases the risk of HO. Multiple fixation methods can be used with the single

Mark F Siemensma, Anna E van der Windt, Eline M van Es, Joost W Colaris, and Denise Eygendaal

part of the floor of the sulcus; U, ulnar nerve (yellow), released and mobilized out of sulcus. The anterior approach has limited indications for posttraumatic stiffness. It is mainly used for the removal of anterior HOs. It carries the risk

Eduard Alentorn-Geli, Andrew T. Assenmacher, and Joaquín Sánchez-Sotelo

-incision exposure of single anterior approach, or using two-incision separate exposures. In one-incision repairs, tendon preparation and reinsertion are both performed through dissection in the antecubital fossa. In two-incision repairs, a more limited anterior

David Limb

fixation. Although anterior approaches, with the patient in the beach chair position, are employed for the most commonly fixed glenoid fractures, scapula blade fractures demand a posterior approach with the patient in the lateral position. The Judet

Alexandre Lädermann, Philippe Collin, George S. Athwal, Markus Scheibel, Matthias A. Zumstein, and Geoffroy Nourissat

and deltoid preserving anterior approach for reverse shoulder arthroplasty . Orthop Traumatol Surg Res 2016 ;( 102 ): 905 - 908 . 69. Ernstbrunner L Suter A Catanzaro S Rahm S Gerber C . Reverse

Antonio Cartucho

to the anterior part of the supraspinatus if treating an anterosuperior massive tear ( 74 , 75 ). The LDT is harvested using an anterior approach for isolated SST tears and a posterior approach is used for anterosuperior tears and in the arthroscopic