EXPERIENCE OF THE LATARJET PROCEDURE FOR RECURRENT ANTERIOR SHOULDER DISLOCATION TREATMENT

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We have the experience of open Latarjet procedures which were perfomed to 18 patients since 2011 to 2014 in the orthopaedic department Moscow city hospital № 12, among them 14 male (77,8%) and 4 female (22,2%) with anterior shoulder instability. Mean age of the group was 24,3 years. The mean follow-up was 16±4 months (from 6 to 26 months). Mean range of motion increased after 1 year post-op: flexion 178°±2° (from 170° to 180, increased at 2.4°). There was no post-op recurrent dislocation. The patients felt no subluxation or disturbance in operated shoulder. For functional scores, WOSI pre-op was 49,8, one year post-op decreased to 30,3. DASH-score pre-op was 16,5, post-op - 5,2. The results were defined as excellent in 12 patients, good in 6 patients, we had no bad or moderate results. All patients returned to normal life and sport activity.

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E. A. Belyak

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Author for correspondence.
Email: Belyakevgen@mail.ru
Russian Federation

A. A. Kubashev

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: alexander@kubashev.ru
Russian Federation

F. L. Lazko

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia; Moscow city hospital N12

Email: fedor_lazko@mail.ru
Russian Federation

E. S. Lomtatidze

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia; Moscow city hospital N12

Email: ppevg@mail.ru
Russian Federation

M. A. Abdulkhabirov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia; Moscow city hospital N12

Email: abdulkhabirov@yandex.ru
Russian Federation

K. A. Ptitsyn

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia; Moscow city hospital N12

Email: 89162697464@mail.ru
Russian Federation

A. P. Prizov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia; Moscow city hospital N12

Email: aprizov@yandex.ru
Russian Federation

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