Comparison between 140 Latarjet and 140 arthroscopic Bankart repair
Author(s):
Marjanovic B. (Slovenia)
Marjanovic B. (Slovenia)
Affiliations:
ESSKA Academy. Marjanovic B. 05/09/18; 209872; P21-1209 Topic: D10 - Open bone graft procedure (anterior, posterior)
Mr. Benjamin Marjanovic
Mr. Benjamin Marjanovic
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Objectives: For treating reccurent anterior gleno-humeral instability two are nowdays the main used techniques: arthroscopic Bankart repair and open Latarjet procedure. The purpose of this study was to evalutate and compare the long term functional and radiological results between two procedures.

Methods: A retrospective functional evalutation of 140 arthroscopic Bankart and 140 Latarjet procedure between January 2004 and September 2017 was made.Every patient was analized with row and ases score, work and sport activity,asociate patology, comparison in range of motion with other shoulder and subjective stability. The patient who did not achieve postoperatively the same result as in preinjury period, undrewent furthermore to radiographyc and CT scan evalutation. Preoperative and postoperative images were compared.

Results: Returning to pre injury level was seen in 94% of patient after Latrjet procedure and in 95% of patient after arthroscopic Bankart procedure. Redislocation was observed in 2% after Latarjet and in 8% after arthroscopic repair. Epileptic and unregulated diabetic patients had poor functional results in both grups and higher redislocation rate. In case of complication after Latarjet procedure those are major compared with complication after arthroscopic Bankart procedure.

Conclusions: Both arthroscopic Bankart and open Latarjet procedure are effective techniques for restoring glenohumeral stability. Redisloction rate is lower in Latarjet procedure, but complication ,if present, are major than those in arthroscopic Bankart repair.

Keywords:
Latarjet, arthroscopic Bankart repair, long term follow up
Objectives: For treating reccurent anterior gleno-humeral instability two are nowdays the main used techniques: arthroscopic Bankart repair and open Latarjet procedure. The purpose of this study was to evalutate and compare the long term functional and radiological results between two procedures.

Methods: A retrospective functional evalutation of 140 arthroscopic Bankart and 140 Latarjet procedure between January 2004 and September 2017 was made.Every patient was analized with row and ases score, work and sport activity,asociate patology, comparison in range of motion with other shoulder and subjective stability. The patient who did not achieve postoperatively the same result as in preinjury period, undrewent furthermore to radiographyc and CT scan evalutation. Preoperative and postoperative images were compared.

Results: Returning to pre injury level was seen in 94% of patient after Latrjet procedure and in 95% of patient after arthroscopic Bankart procedure. Redislocation was observed in 2% after Latarjet and in 8% after arthroscopic repair. Epileptic and unregulated diabetic patients had poor functional results in both grups and higher redislocation rate. In case of complication after Latarjet procedure those are major compared with complication after arthroscopic Bankart procedure.

Conclusions: Both arthroscopic Bankart and open Latarjet procedure are effective techniques for restoring glenohumeral stability. Redisloction rate is lower in Latarjet procedure, but complication ,if present, are major than those in arthroscopic Bankart repair.

Keywords:
Latarjet, arthroscopic Bankart repair, long term follow up
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