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Reverse geometry replacement 

Reverse geometry replacement
Reverse geometry replacement

Duncan J. Watkinson

and Pascal Boileau

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date: 16 May 2022

RSR provides a unique tool for patients with cuff tear arthropathy

RSR is a useful tool for fractures, tumours, and revision of shoulder replacements

However RSR comes with specific complications such as scapular notching and acromial fractures

The 10 year results of RSR show that prosthetic loosening is no more frequent than with anatomical prostheses.

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