GLENOID COMPONENT – PEGGED OR KEELED
Strong evidence supports that the clinician may utilize pegged or keeled glenoid components in patients with glenohumeral joint osteoarthritis and a well-functioning rotator cuff. Pegged components demonstrate less radiolucent lines, but the effect on clinical outcomes and survivorship are unclear
Management of Glenohumeral Joint Osteoarthritis
Endorsed by: ASES, AOSSM, ASSET, ACR
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