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Chapter 09 Video 1: Glenohumeral Arthritis in Young Patients: Scope, Arthroplasty, Interposition, Arthrodesis, and Resurfacing

January 05, 2018

Contributors: Anand M Murthi, MD; Ryan Matthew Cox, BS; Jason Strelzow, MD; George S. Athwal, MD; Robert Zaray Tashjian, MD; Joseph A Abboud, MD

This video demonstrates the etiology and progression of glenohumeral osteoarthritis. Radiographic demonstration reveals severe osteoarthritis with loss of joint space, humeral osteophyte formation, and flattened humeral head. Non-operative treatment options include NSAIDs, cortisone injections, physical therapy, and activity modification. Arthroscopic management includes boney debridement of osteophytes, capsular release, and subacromial decompression. Total shoulder arthroplasty is utilized after failure of non-operative management.

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