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Arthroscopic anterior shoulder stabilization yielded high rate of return to sport

SAN DIEGO — Young athletes who underwent arthroscopic anterior shoulder stabilization surgery for shoulder instability had a low reoperation rate and a high rate of return to sport, according to results presented at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Annual Meeting.
Jacob G. Calcei , MD, and colleagues collected return-to-sport rates and rate of revision surgery among 63 athletes who underwent arthroscopic anterior shoulder stabilization surgery. Patients in the study were aged 22 years or younger.
“Time from initial injury to surgery was 11 months, and the time
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