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Journal of the Korean Shoulder and Elbow Society 2005;8(1):23-30.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5397/CiSE.2005.8.1.023    Published online June 30, 2005.
Results of Arthroscopic Bankart Repair Using Knotless Suture Anchor
Bo-Hyun Kim, M.D., Sang-Bum Kim, M.D., Jae-Yong Byun, M.D., Chang-Wha Hong, M.D., Chan-Ha Hwang, M.D., Ju-Seok Yoo, M.D.
Department of Orthopedic Surgery, CheongJu St. Mary Hospital, ChoengJu, Korea
Knotless Suture Anchor를 이용한 관절경적 B a n kart 봉합술의 결과
김보현, 김상범, 변재용, 홍창화, 황찬하, 유주석
청주성모병원 정형외과교실
Abstract
Purpose
This paper analyzes the results of arthroscopic bankart repair for anterior recurrent dislocation following a trauma on shoulder. Material and Methods: The subjects were twenty-three (23) cases that were available to follow up for more than eighteen months during the period from November 2001 to June 2003 and were chosen from patients to whom arthroscopic bankart repair was applied using a knotless suture anchor for their traumatic anterior recurrent dislocation on the shoulder. Their average age was 28 (ranging from 15 to 60) with 20 males and 3 females. The injury from sports activities accounted for the most cases with 14 subjects. The average follow-up period was 27 months (ranging from 18 months to 35 months). There were 19 cases of bankart lesions, 4 cases of ALPSA lesions and associated with 5 cases of partial tear in the rotator cuff. The anchors employed were knotless anchor (Mitek) for all the cases. Rowe scoring scale was adopted to judge the results after operations. Patients’subjective satisfaction and range of motion of external rotation were addressed together. Results: Rowe scores showed that 20 cases (87%) reaches the level of ‘good’and hinger. The average patients’satisfaction accounted for 90 points out of 100. It was also found that external rotations averagely decreased by 6.5 degree when the range of motion was in at the side. Conclusion: There were satisfactory results of arthroscopic bankart repair using knotless suture anchors as an operative treatment for traumatic anterior recurrent dislocation on shoulder.
Key Words: Shoulder, Traumatic anterior instability, Arthroscopic bankart repair, Knotless suture anchor


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