Putti-Platt operation

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Put·ti-Platt op·er·a·tion

(put'ē plat),
a procedure for recurrent anterior dislocation of shoulder joint.

Putti-Platt operation

(po͞o′tē-plăt′)
n.
A surgical procedure to correct recurrent dislocation of a shoulder joint.

Put·ti-Platt op·er·a·tion

(pū'tē plat op-ĕr-ā'shŭn)
A procedure for recurrent dislocation of shoulder joint in which the anterior capsule and subscapularis tendon are shortened.

Platt,

Sir Harry, English surgeon, 1886–.
Putti-Platt arthroplasty
Putti-Platt director
Putti-Platt instrumentation
Putti-Platt operation - see under Putti
Putti-Platt procedure - Synonym(s): Putti-Platt operation
Putti-Platt shoulder procedure
reverse Putti-Platt procedure

Putti,

Vittorio, Italian surgeon, 1880-1940.
Putti approach
Putti arthroplasty gouge
Putti bone rasp
Putti frame
Putti gouge
Putti knee arthrodesis
Putti operation
Putti rasp
Putti shoulder arthrodesis
Putti splint
Putti technique
Putti-Platt arthroplasty
Putti-Platt director
Putti-Platt instrumentation
Putti-Platt operation - a procedure for recurrent dislocation of shoulder joint. Synonym(s): Putti-Platt procedure
Putti-Platt procedure - Synonym(s): Putti-Platt operation
Putti-Platt shoulder procedure
reverse Putti-Platt procedure
References in periodicals archive ?
In the Putti-Platt procedure, (55,64) vertical division of the subscapularis and capsule is performed 2.
Leach and coworkers (19) found the loss of 12[degrees] to 19[degrees] of external rotation as a result of the Putti-Platt procedure, while Fredrikksson and Tegner (20) reported a mean deficit of 29[degrees].
Prior procedures included eight Bankart repairs, seven capsular shifts, 10 combined Bankart and capsular shift procedures, three Putti-Platt procedures, two staple capsulorrhaphies, two Bristow procedures, seven arthroscopic procedures, and one Magnuson-Stack.