Clinical Case 1:
Complex Arthroplasty needs Complex Solutions
Tuesday, April 7, 9:45-11:00
Johnson Great Room, McNamara Alumni Center
Rosemary Kelly, University of Minnesota
Jonathan Braman, Chief of Shoulder Surgery, University of Minnesota Department of Orthopedic Surgery, University of Minnesota School of Medicine
Dr. Braman is a shoulder surgeon with expertise in biomechanics of the shoulder and revision arthroplasty. His clinical practice includes the gamut of shoulder pathology including fractures, instability, arthroplasty, and rotator cuff disease.
Revision surgery on the shoulder is complex due to the combination of limited bone stock and the reliance of the shoulder on soft tissue in order to maintain function and stability. This combination requires unique solutions. Custom glenoid components that substitute for bone loss is one option.
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