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Arthroskopische Operationen im Subakromialraum

  • H. Resch
  • G. Sperner
  • H. Thöni
  • K. Golser
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Zusammenfassung

Mit der arthroskopischen subakromialen Dekompression (ASD) wird versucht, die von C.S. Neer beschriebene Acromioplastik [18] auf arthroskopischem Wege durchzuführen [2, 8, 9, 11, 21]. Als besonderer Vorteil gegenüber der offenen Methode ist anzuführen, daß der Musculus deltoideus nicht abgelöst werden muß. Dies hat neben einem besseren kosmetischen Ergebnis auch eine kürzere Rehabilitationszeit zur Folge [2, 8, 12, 21].

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  • H. Resch
  • G. Sperner
  • H. Thöni
  • K. Golser

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