Bankart lesion


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Bankart lesion

a tear of the anterior glenoid labrum accompanying detachment of the inferior glenohumeral ligament from the glenoid margin.

Bankart lesion

An avulsion fracture of the anteroinferior glenoid labrum, often accompanied by an anterior dislocation of the humeral head; the detachment of the inferior glenohumeral ligament complex from the inferior glenoid, accompanied by stretching of the remaining fibers, leads to shoulder laxity.

Bankart lesion

Orthopedics Shoulder instability due to detachment of the inferior glenohumeral ligament complex from the inferior glenoid, which is often accompanied by stretching of the remaining fibers, leading to shoulder laxity. See Position. Cf Beach chair position.

Ban·kart le·sion

(bangk'ărt lē'zhŭn)
Avulsion or damage to the anterior lip of the glenoid fossa when the humerus slides forward in an anterior dislocation.

Bankart,

Arthur S.B., English surgeon, 1876-1951.
Bankart dislocation
Bankart lesion - related to shoulder dislocation.
Bankart procedure - surgical repair of Bankart lesion.
Bankart reconstruction
Bankart repair
Bankart retractor
Bankart shoulder repair set
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Kim and associates (32) reviewed their results of arthroscopic repair of the Bankart lesion using suture anchors, retrospectively evaluating outcomes in 167 patients.
37) Wichman and colleagues (38) further evaluated the capsular plication technique in 24 patients with instability but without a Bankart lesion.
Arthroscopic capsular plication for involuntary shoulder instability without a Bankart lesion.
Arthroscopic versus open treatment of Bankart lesion of the shoulder: a prospective randomized study.
Bankart lesions are the most common sequelae of anterior shoulder instability with traumatic origins.
ALPSA lesions have been successfully treated arthroscopically by mobilizing the tissue from the scapular neck and converting them into Bankart lesions with subsequent repair and capsulorrhaphy.
In 1988, Wiley (27) studied the effectiveness of arthroscopic rivets for use in the treatment of Bankart lesions.
Twenty-one patients were in the operative group that had a transglenoid suture repair of the Bankart lesion.
45) Arthroscopic stabilization for acute, primary traumatic anterior shoulder instability associated with a Bankart lesion can significantly reduce the rate of recurrence.
Since Morgan and associates first described the transglenoid suture technique for repairing Bankart lesions in 1987, many authors have reported variable results.
The surgeon must be prepared to address many conditions beyond the Bankart lesions including glenoid bone lesions, capsular laxity, rotator interval lesions, and SLAP lesions.