lesions encountered (case of the most frequent antero-inferior dislocations):
Less frequent lesions:
– Injury in the body of glenohumeral ligaments (LGHI lower glenohumeral ligament)
– Fractures dislocations of the shoulder
– Associated headdress ruptures
– Nervous lesions, most often during a dislocation especially if the duration before reduction is long (axillary nerve formerly circumflex nerve)
The recognition of the lesions present in a shoulder depends on the choice of the surgical technique in order to stabilize this shoulder as well as possible … (choice essentially between repair of lesions and ‘artificial’ stabilization by Stop)
No current surgical technique can guarantee 100% success in terms of stabilization.