IJCRR - Vol 07 Issue 07, April, 2015
FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME OF SHOULDER FOLLOWING MINI OPEN REPAIR FOR ROTATOR CUFF INJURIES
Author: Jalaluddeen Mahin Vaidyar, Shabir Kassim, Sandeep Shibli, U. Hashir Safwan
Background: Rotator cuff injuries are a common cause of shoulder pain in the adult population. The present study aims to assess the outcome following rotator cuff repair by mini open approach
Materials and methods: This is a prospective study done on thirty patients with rotator cuff injuries. 13 full thickness and 17 partial thickness were followed up for 2 years following repair by mini open approach and functional scoring was done, preoperatively and postoperatively with the Constant and Murley scoring system.Statistical analysis of scores were done with ANOVA and pairwise comparisons between mean scores at different time intervals done with Bonferroni correction test.
Results: The mean preoperative score was 59.5 while the mean score at 2 year follow up was 91.8 which is highly significant. There was no significant difference between mean scores of the full thickness tear mini open repair versus the partial thickness tear miniopen repair.
Conclusion: Miniopen repair of rotator cuff injuries offers excellent functional outcome at 2 year followup.There is no difference in functional outcome between partial and full thickness tear treated by miniopen repair.
Keywords: Rotator cuff tear, Mini open approach, Functional outcome
Jalaluddeen Mahin Vaidyar, Shabir Kassim, Sandeep Shibli, U. Hashir Safwan. FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME OF SHOULDER FOLLOWING MINI OPEN REPAIR FOR ROTATOR CUFF INJURIES International Journal of Current Research and Review. Vol 07 Issue 07, April, 40-44
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