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Luciano A. Rossi, Ignacio Tanoira, Franco Luis De Cicco, and Maximiliano Ranalletta

Introduction Among the techniques available for glenoid reconstruction in patients with glenoid bone deficiency, the most widely used is the Latarjet procedure. 1 , 2 This technique, described in 1954 by Michael Latarjet, consists of

Emilio Calvo, María Valencia, Antonio Maria Foruria, and Juan Aguilar Gonzalez

Introduction The Latarjet procedure is a surgical technique especially recommended for patients with anterior recurrent instability in the presence of a critical glenoid bone loss ( 1 , 2 ). It can also be considered the treatment of choice

Michele Boffano, Stefano Mortera, and Raimondo Piana

, a marked shift from open shoulder stabilisation to arthroscopic surgery has occurred. 22 The Latarjet procedure (open and arthroscopic) ( Figs 3 and 4 ) is a well-recognised and accepted technique for surgical treatment of anterior instability

E. Itoi

of < 25%, only soft-tissue repair is sufficient. With on-track HSL and glenoid bone loss of ⩾ 25%, the glenoid bone loss needs to be fixed, for example by the Latarjet procedure. With off-track HSL and the glenoid bone loss of < 25%, remplissage may

Patrick Goetti, Patrick J. Denard, Philippe Collin, Mohamed Ibrahim, Pierre Hoffmeyer, and Alexandre Lädermann

increased articular contact pressure induced by bony glenoid defects. 24 While iliac bone graft (Eden-Hybinette), articular distal clavicle autografts and coracoid transfer (Latarjet or Bristow) can all restore normal values, the correct position and

Alexandre Lädermann, Jérome Tirefort, Davide Zanchi, Sven Haller, Caecilia Charbonnier, Pierre Hoffmeyer, and Gregory Cunningham

apprehension after surgical stabilization, and Ropars et al found a significantly decreased apprehension in patients with associated capsulorrhaphy to Latarjet procedures, compared with patients with Latarjet and no capsular reconstruction. 35 However

Mohamed G. Morsy

Latarjet procedure, 16 osteoarticular allograft transplantation, 17 rotational humeral osteotomy, 18 and transhumeral impaction grafting. 19 Usually these procedures are performed using an open technique and can be associated with many

Giovanni Di Giacomo, Luigi Piscitelli, and Mattia Pugliese

-articular, effectively addressing instability and lowering the recurrence rate. 79 Because loss of external rotation is a well-known side effect of this procedure, 80 - 81 open capsular shift and the Bristow–Latarjet procedure both represent a valid alternative

Luca Dei Giudici, Andrea Faini, Luca Garro, Agostino Tucciarone, and Antonio Gigante

distal clavicle fractures with excellent results. Nourissat et al 19 described a similar procedure using a FiberWire (Arthrex; Naples, Florida ) suture. Pujol et al 20 preferred a double TightRope for ARIF of Latarjet’s fractures with good

Timothy Bage and Dominic M. Power

Latarjet procedure A protocol to reduce peri-operative nerve stretch has been suggested. 35 Posterior inter-osseous Proximal radius ORIF Biceps reattachment Elbow arthroscopy Boyd approach by subperiosteal elevation of supinator protects