N°271 - February 2018
Philippe Valenti created with Philippe Hardy in 2013 the Paris International Shoulder Course (PISC). Since the first congress, the success of this event has grown. While assuming a heavy load of care and clinical research within the Surgery Unit of the Shoulder that he has just created, Philippe travels to the four corners of the world in humanitarian surgery. But above all, he focuses his energy on his main objective: share expertise with friends and colleagues.
Article : How to do a posterior acromial pediculated bone block technical note on the arthro-Kouvalchouk device By Pierre Métais (1) – Jean Grimberg (2)
Posterior instability is an uncommon pathology, and may be atraumatic or traumatic. It is important to be able to recognize it on methodical clinical examination. First-line treatment is still physiotherapy that aims to realign the humeral head both passively and actively.
Article : Planning and navigation in total shoulder arthroplasties By Pierre-Henri Flurin
Clinical outcome after anatomical total shoulder arthroplasty (TSA) depends on the quality of restoration of the patient’s anatomy, which determines soft tissue stability and good biomechanical implant alignment.