The Latarjet procedure is a method used for the treatment of shoulder instability in the presence of bone loss. A decade after the first description of the fully arthroscopic Latarjet procedure, modifications to the technique were reported to decrease the risk of complications and improve the position of the bone block. A recent trend toward the use of buttons to fix the coracoid has been reported. The technique described here is an arthroscopic Latarjet procedure that uses 2 pairs of round buttons as an alternative to screw fixation or the use of a single button, and the technique aims to combine the original procedure with safe and stable fixation.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Orthopedics and Sports Medicine