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Shoulder Instability Series (Part 1): Dislocations, Labral Tears and the Bankart Lesion
Physio Alec Lablache shares some information about shoulder instability including dislocations, labral tears and bankart lesion.
A Bankart lesion is a lesion of the anterior part of the glenoid labrum of the shoulder. This injury is caused by repeated anterior shoulder subluxations. The dislocation of the shoulder joint (anterior) can damage the connective tissue ring around the glenoid labrum. It can also bring damage to the connection between the labrum and capsule. Usually it has to do with none or poorly construction of the medial glenohumeral ligament. This injury is common for athletes that practice…
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Left Arthroscopic Repair of Bankart Lesion with Three Suture Anchors
A Bankart lesion is a tear of the anteroinferior labrum that is often the result of an anterior shoulder dislocation. Arthroscopic Bankart repair begins
Bankart Repair for Unstable Dislocating Shoulders
Surgery to anatomically and securely repair the torn anterior glenoid labrum and capsule without arthroscopy can lessen pain and improve function for active individuals. Download this article in pdf format.
Arthroscopic Bankart Repair Using a Lateral Distraction Jack
Dr. Andrew Rokito from NYU Langone Orthopedics demonstrates the technique for arthroscopic Bankart repair using a lateral distraction jack. For more educatio...