Traumatic Rotator Cuff Tear 5 Weeks Following Anatomic TSA
Role of Reverse Arthroplasty in the Weightbearing Shoulder
Management of Charcot Shoulder with Reverse Prosthesis
RSA with Concerning Radiographic Findings
September 18, 2020
This is a 66 year old female who underwent a RSA by Dr. Warner in 2017. In 2019, she returned for a follow-up and XRs demonstrated lateral bony resorption of the humerus adjacent to the stem but with the distal 2-3 cm of the stem still covered with bony incorporation. She has excellent motion however. Our office recommended observation, but a second opinion recommended a revision RSA. She returned to our office recently for further discussion. What are her options?
Revision Reverse in the Setting of External Rotation Lag and Axillary Nerve Dysfunction
September 14, 2020
This is a 69 year old male who underwent a RSA in 2018. He also underwent a vascular bypass on the same extremity due to a suspected blood clot on POD#1. He was doing better until he noticed intermittent pain ultimately from a failed RSA. Following a complex reconstruction by Dr. Warner in 2020, he has limited motion and weakness. What are his options?
Management of Scapular Spine Fracture after Reverse Prosthesis
Bilateral Gorhams Disease
Cuff Tear Arthropathy Hamada VI with Type II OS Acromiale
January 8, 2020
This patient is a 71 year old female with cuff tear arthropathy Hamada VI with a painful type II acromiale. The treatment plan is a reverse total shoulder arthroplasty with iliac bone graft. The question is, do we treat the painful mobile Os acromiale or not?
Shoulder Arthroplasty without Acromion
Ongoing Shoulder Pain Following Complex Surgical History
April 19, 2019
Patient with a complex surgical history presents to clinic with ongoing chronic shoulder pain following total shoulder arthroplasty with posterior glenoid bone graft reconstruction. CT demonstrates graft nonunion, while diagnostic arthroscopy revealed a loose glenoid component. What are her options?
Shoulder Pain and Decreased Range of Motion in the Setting of Complex Surgical History
February 5, 2019
Patient underwent a RSA and reported significant improvement until she received surgical treatment for her esophageal dysfunction. During this procedure, she underwent a medial claviculectomy for exposure, resulting in pain, functional deficits, and Horner syndrome. If the goal is to restore function, what are her options?
Anterior and Lateral Pain Following Extensive Surgical History
December 14, 2018
Patient presents with new anterior and lateral pain and a "change in contour" following an extensive medical history, including: open rotator cuff repair, reverse total shoulder arthroplasty, removal of hardware, and deltoidplasty. What are his options?
Painful TSA in Setting of Significant Glenoid Bone Loss
August 9, 2018
Patient presents with glenohumeral osteoarthritis following a history of shoulder dislocations. Although he reports no further problems with stability, he has gradually worsening ROM and a locking sensation when sleeping. Given that he desires to continue his military career, what are his options?