Schulter — Allgemeiner Teil

  • Michael Strobel

Zusammenfassung

Nach dem Kniegelenk ist das Schultergelenk das am zweithäufigsten arthroskopierte Gelenk. Unter dem Schultergelenk werden das Glenohumeralgelenk, das sich wegen seiner Weiträumigkeit für ein arthroskopisches Vorgehen geradezu anbietet und der subakromiale Raum — auch als subakromiales Nebengelenk bzw. Sub-akromialraum bezeichnet — zusammengefaßt. Der Begriff „Arthroskopie“ ist strenggenommen nur auf das Glenohumeralgelenk anzuwenden. Beim Subakromial-gelenk, dem präformierten Raum, der von der Bursa subacromialis „ausgefüllt“ wird, ist eigentlich der Begriff „Bursoskopie“ angebracht. Neben diesen beiden Räumen zählt auch das Akromioklavikulargelenk (AC-Gelenk) zum Schultergelenk und ist arthroskopischen Eingriffen, wenn auch nur bedingt, zugänglich.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Michael Strobel
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  1. 1.Orthopädische GemeinschaftspraxisStraubingDeutschland

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