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  • A Novel Treatment for Anterior Shoulder Instability: A Biomechanical Comparison Between a Patient-Specific Implant and the Latarjet Procedure. [Journal Article]
  • JBJ Bone Joint Surg Am 2019 Jul 17; 101(14):e68
  • Willemsen K, Berendes TD, … van der Wal BCH
  • CONCLUSIONS: The mean translational peak force needed to dislocate the humerus 10 mm anteriorly on the glenoid was higher after glenoid restoration with the 3D-printed anatomic-specific implant compared with when the glenoid had a 20% surface defect but also compared with when the glenoid was intact. No differences in mean translational peak force were found between the 3D-printed anatomic-specific glenoid implant and the Latarjet procedure, although there was less variability in the 3D-implant condition.Novel 3D-printing technology could provide a reliable patient-specific alternative to solve problems related to traditional treatment methods for shoulder instability.
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