Stemless TSA Using Navigation and an Augmented Glenoid
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Ryan Simovitch, MD, from Jupiter Medical Center in Jupiter, Florida, performs a total shoulder arthroplasty (TSA) on an active 70-year-old male patient in a procedure broadcast live from ICJR’s 7th Annual Shoulder Course.
The patient had failed a course of conservative therapy to manage significant shoulder pain with activity and at night. He has elevation just above his shoulder and slightly limited external and internal rotation; strength is relatively intact.
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Originally published April 5, 2019.
Disclosures: Dr. Simovitch has disclosed that receives royalties from and paid consultant and paid presenter or speaker for Exactech.