AAOS 2016: Arthroscopic proximal versus open subpectoral biceps tenodesis
Prospective Randomized Study of Arthroscopic Proximal vs. Open Subpectoral Biceps Tenodesis: Is One Better?
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129 patients scheduled for biceps tenodesis were randomized to either an arthroscopic proximal approach or open subpectoral approach. The purpose of this study was to compared pain, function, and complications between the two groups. Follow-up was performed for an average of 11.3 months postoperatively. Results demonstrated that patients in both study groups significantly improved from baseline me...
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