Bohsali, Kamal I.; Wirth, Michael A.; Rockwood Jr., Charles A.
October 2006
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Oct2006, Vol. 88-A Issue 10, p2279
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the research that determines the incidence of complications of total shoulder arthroplasty, a surgical procedure. The overall percentage of complications and the prevalence of each type of complication as a percentage of all complications were calculated for comparison with the findings of previous analysis. Present analysis revealed 414 complication events in association with 2810 total shoulder replacements. The present report on the complications included 39 clinical studies with a minimum duration of follow-up of two years.


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