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“Shoe Shop” Lacing Technique: A New Biceps-Augmented Knotless Suture for Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair

Advancements in rotator cuff tear repair have led to innovative techniques for complex cases. In this article, we introduce the “shoe shop” lacing technique, a knotless, side-to-side, and tendon-to-bone suture method augmented with the long head of the biceps tendon (LHBT) for anterior margin–deficient massive rotator cuff tears. This approach offers simplicity, durability, and potential advantages in biomechanics. The LHBT integration and knotless sutures make it a promising solution for challenging tear patterns. This technique provides an attractive option for arthroscopic repair, improving outcomes in cases where anterior cable reinforcement is essential.

Is A One-Week X-Ray Follow-Up Necessary For Acute Proximal Humeral Fractures Treated Conservatively? A Prospective Multicenter Randomized Study

Esta comunicación de unos compañeros de Cataluña sobre la necesidad de control radiográfico a la semana de las fracturas de húmero proximal, premio EFORT 2024.

In the Treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis by Percutaneous Perforation, Injectables Have No Added Value

No single injection therapy has been proven to be superior in the treatment of lateral epicondylitis. In most studies, the injection technique is not standardized, which makes it challenging to compare outcomes.

The effects of length and width of the stem on proximal humerus stress shielding in uncemented primary reverse total shoulder arthroplasty

To preserve humeral bone during RTSA, stems have been made shorter and cement avoided whenever possible. However, with the increased use of uncemented RTSA, a phenomenon comparable to the stress shielding of the hip has been described for the proximal humerus. The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of stem length and width on proximal humeral bone resorption after primary uncemented RTSA.

The ‘Holy Grail’ of shoulder dislocations: a systematic review on traumatic bilateral luxatio erecta; is it in reality a once-in-a-lifetime experience for an orthopaedic surgeon?

Even though shoulder dislocation is thought to be the most common dislocation treated in the Emergency Department, inferior ones, known as Luxatio Erecta, comprise only 0.5% of them. Taking into consideration the rareness of unilateral Luxatio Erecta, bilateral cases should be even fewer. The purpose of this paper is to identify the reported number of cases of Traumatic Bilateral Luxatio Erecta in the literature over the last 100 years and to summarize the mechanism of injury, the initial management, and the complications of these patients.

Definition of the terms “acute” and “traumatic” in rotator cuff injuries: a systematic review and call for standardization in nomenclature

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Médico Especialista en Cirugía Ortopédica y Traumatología

Fundación Asistencial de Mutua de Terrassa

Médico/a Especialista en Cirugía Ortopédica y Traumatología


IMED Hospitales (Levante) – Especialista en Cirugía Ortopédica y Traumatología – contrato indefinido

IMED Levante (Benidorm)

Enlaces recomendados


Sociedad Española de Cirugía de Hombro y Codo


European Society for Surgery of the Shoulder and the Elbow


British Elbow and Shoulder Society


Société Française de l’Épaule et du Coude


Société Française de l’Épaule et du Coude

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