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Criteria for arthroscopic treatment of anterior instability of the shoulder
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery
We prospectively evaluated 61 patients treated arthroscopically for anterior instability of the shoulder at a mean follow-up of 44.5 months (24 to 100) using the Rowe scale. Those with post-operative dislocation or subluxation were considered to be failures. Logistic regression analysis was used to identify patients at increased risk of recurrence in order to develop a suitable selection system. The mean Rowe score improved from 45 pre-operatively to 86 at follow-up (p < 0.001). At least onedoi:10.1302/0301-620x.87b5.15794 pmid:15855371 fatcat:a7omrca535fdvddjyw5usvoryi