Optimal glenoid component inclination in reverse shoulder arthroplasty. How to improve implant stability

P. Randelli, F. Randelli, P. Arrigoni, V. Ragone, R. D'Ambrosi, P. Masuzzo, P. Cabitza, G. Banfi

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Purpose: The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that inferior inclination of the glenosphere is a protecting factor from joint dislocation in reverse total shoulder replacement. The hypothesis is that an average of 10° of inferior inclination of the glenoid component would determine a significant inferior rate of dislocation as compared to neutral inclination. Methods: A retrospective case (dislocation)-control (stability of the implant) study was performed. Inclusion criteria were the homogeneity of the prosthetic model and availability of pre- and postoperative imaging of the shoulder, including antero-posterior and axillary X-ray views. Glenoid and glenosphere inclination were calculated according to standardized methods. Difference in between the angles determined the inferior tilt. Results: Thirty-three cases fit the inclusion criteria. Glenoid and glenosphere inclination measured, respectively, 74.1° and 83.5°. The average tilt of the glenosphere measured 9.4°. The average tilt in stable patients was 10.2°. Tilt in patients with atraumatic dislocation measured, respectively, -6.9° (superior tilt) and 2.4°, while it was 8.3° for the patient with traumatic instability. The association between the tilt of glenosphere and atraumatic dislocation was significant. Conclusions: A 10° inferior tilt of the glenoid component in reverse shoulder arthroplasty is associated with a reduced risk of dislocation when compared to neutral tilt.

Original languageEnglish
JournalMusculoskeletal Surgery
Volume98
Issue numberSUPPL. 1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Arthroplasty
Joint Dislocations
antineoplaston A10
X-Rays
Shoulder Replacement Arthroplasty

Keywords

  • Glenosphere inferior tilt
  • Instability
  • Reverse shoulder arthroplasty

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
  • Surgery

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Optimal glenoid component inclination in reverse shoulder arthroplasty. How to improve implant stability. / Randelli, P.; Randelli, F.; Arrigoni, P.; Ragone, V.; D'Ambrosi, R.; Masuzzo, P.; Cabitza, P.; Banfi, G.

In: Musculoskeletal Surgery, Vol. 98, No. SUPPL. 1, 2014.

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Randelli, P, Randelli, F, Arrigoni, P, Ragone, V, D'Ambrosi, R, Masuzzo, P, Cabitza, P & Banfi, G 2014, 'Optimal glenoid component inclination in reverse shoulder arthroplasty. How to improve implant stability', Musculoskeletal Surgery, vol. 98, no. SUPPL. 1. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12306-014-0324-1
Randelli, P. ; Randelli, F. ; Arrigoni, P. ; Ragone, V. ; D'Ambrosi, R. ; Masuzzo, P. ; Cabitza, P. ; Banfi, G. / Optimal glenoid component inclination in reverse shoulder arthroplasty. How to improve implant stability. In: Musculoskeletal Surgery. 2014 ; Vol. 98, No. SUPPL. 1.
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