Return to sports likely even with traumatic type II lesions

By Jennie McKee

Arthroscopic SLAP repair yields mostly favorable outcomes

Although most patients with type II superior labral anterior posterior (SLAP) lesions who are treated arthroscopically can expect good results, athletes with a distinct traumatic etiology have a significantly greater likelihood of a successful return to sports, said the authors of a study presented at the AAOS 75th Annual Meeting.

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