Stemless hemiarthroplasty failure: a challenging revision using reverse total shoulder arthroplasty. Case report and literature review

Stemless hemiarthroplasty failure: a challenging revision using reverse total shoulder arthroplasty. Case report and literature review

Authors

  • Carlo Cardile ASST Rhodense - ospedale di Garbagnate Milanese MI ITALIA
  • Carlo Cazzaniga ASST Rhodense - ospedale di Garbagnate Milanese MI ITALIA
  • Beatrice Manzini ASST Rhodense - ospedale di Garbagnate Milanese MI ITALIA
  • Roberto Marasco ASST Rhodense - ospedale di Garbagnate Milanese MI ITALIA
  • Paolo Ragni ASST Rhodense - ospedale di Garbagnate Milanese MI ITALIA

Keywords:

Stemless, reverse total shoulder arthroplasty, rotator cuff tear, superior subluxation

Abstract

Stemless shoulder prosthesis are used in shoulder arthropathy treatments  because of metaphyseal fixation  minimizes humeral bone removal, avoids intraoperative and postoperative humeral fracture complications and usually decreases morbidity associated with revision operations.

However it’s very important to plan carefully the revision because it could be a high demanding procedure.

We report the case of 46 years-old woman with a painful stemless hemiarthroplasty that we revised  into a reverse total shoulder arthroplasty. Moreover we describe  the possible reasons of this failure and we describe a literature update.

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23-12-2021

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Case report: General and Specialistic Surgery

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Cardile C, Cazzaniga C, Manzini B, Marasco R, Ragni P. Stemless hemiarthroplasty failure: a challenging revision using reverse total shoulder arthroplasty. Case report and literature review. Acta Biomed [Internet]. 2021 Dec. 23 [cited 2024 Jul. 20];92(S1):e2021314. Available from: https://www.mattioli1885journals.com/index.php/actabiomedica/article/view/10585