2010, Number 3
Ortho-tips 2010; 6 (3)
Reyes PJA, Leal GRF, García LJO, Salcedo DJA
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ABSTRACTAnterior recurrent glenohumeral dislocation, frequently is accompanied, further a labrum injury, with an anteroinferior fracture, knowing as: bony Bankart lesion so it is important to carry out necessary studies, including a three-dimensional reconstruction, in order to not ignore its diagnosis, especially this study allow to determine the extension of the fracture and if it occupies more than 25% of the glenoid surface, bone graft should be apply for its reconstruction. Authors treat the bony Bankart by arthroscopy fixing the fracture with bioabsorbable screws or nails getting good results.