Review Article
Volume 13 Issue 6 - 2022
Bone Block Techniques in the Treatment of the Anterior and Posterior Instability of the Shoulder
Adriano Russo1*, Khodor Haidar Hassan2 and Luigi Molfetta3
1Department of Orthopaedics, Florence Institute of Assistance and Care (IFCA) Ulivella and Glicini Clinic, Florencev (Italy)
2Department Physical Therapy, Faculty of Public Health Lebanese University, Hadath, Beirut (Lebanon)
3University of Genoa, DISC Department - Research Center of Osteoporosis and Osteoarticular Diseases, Genoa (Italy)
*Corresponding Author: Adriano Russo, Department of Orthopaedics, Florence Institute of Assistance and Care (IFCA) Ulivella and Glicini Clinic, Florencev (Italy).
Received: April 01, 2022; Published: May 18, 2022




Abstract

Glenoid and humeral head bone defects are frequent findings in the gleno-humeral instability of the shoulder and can significantly affect the outcome of the surgical treatment. Soft tissue repair alone is often insufficient to achieve joint stability. In the anterior instability the incidence of glenoid defects can reach 88%; in the posterior dislocations the glenoid bone loss affects about 5%. The repair of bone defects makes use of numerous surgical options, both in open surgery and arthroscopy. to treat both the anterior and posterior instability several anatomical areas are described for harvesting a bone block. Imaging helped to quantify the bone loss for a better decision-making algorithm but lacked the guidelines and availed limited short-to-medium-term case studies.

Keywords: Shoulder; Instability; Bone Block Technique; Algorithm

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Citation: : Adriano Russo., et al. “Bone Block Techniques in the Treatment of the Anterior and Posterior Instability of the Shoulder”. EC Orthopaedics 13.6 (2022): 01-11.

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