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The History of Shoulder Joint Replacement

  • R. Wolff
  • R. Kölbel
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Abstract

Prosthetic replacement of the shoulder joint is not utilized as freely or as frequently as in weight-bearing joints such as the hip. Arthrodesis and resection- or interposition- type arthro- plasties are still commonly performed today, although joint replacement is, in suitable cases, able to give more satisfying results in terms of pain relief, stability, and function.

Keywords

Rotator Cuff Humeral Head Shoulder Joint Shoulder Arthroplasty Great Tuberosity 
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