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Rotatorenmanschettenruptur und Schulterinstabilität

Rotator cuff tear and shoulder instability

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Zusammenfassung

Das Problem der Rotatorenmanschettenruptur als Komplikation der Schulterluxation beim jüngeren Patienten sowie die Luxation als Komplikation der Rotatorenmanschettenruptur des älteren Patienten sind mittlerweile hinreichend bekannt. In der Literatur finden sich nur wenige Empfehlungen zur Therapie dieser Befundkonstellation, die häufig nur als Untergruppe beschrieben wird.

Anhand der Literatur wird eine Strategie zur Therapie in Abhängigkeit des Patientenalters, des Funktionsanspruchs und der vorherrschenden Pathologie entwickelt.

Abstract

The rotator cuff tear as a complication of a shoulder dislocation in younger patients as well as the shoulder dislocation as a complication of a rotator cuff tear in elderly patients is well known. Only a few reports, mostly subgroups concerning this combination of pathology were reported in the literature.

We developed a strategy for the therapy of rotator cuff tears and shoulder instability related to the age of the patients, their functional demand as well as the pathologic findings.

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Habermeyer, P., Lichtenberg, S. & Magosch, P. Rotatorenmanschettenruptur und Schulterinstabilität. Arthroskopie 20, 217–222 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00142-007-0405-3

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Schlüsselwörter

  • Schulter
  • Rotatorenmanschette
  • Instabilität
  • Terrible triad

Keywords

  • Shoulder
  • Rotator cuff tear
  • Instability
  • Terrible triad