Published in Drug Week, July 23rd, 2004
"Repair of soft tissue to bone is increasingly frequently performed using absorbable suture anchors," surgeons in Switzerland explained. "If a repair fails clinically, it is often impossible to identify the cause of failure at repeat surgery."
D.C. Meyer and colleagues at the University of Zurich presented "two cases of recurrence of instability after arthroscopic Bankart repair."
"In reoperation in these cases, all sutures were correctly knotted around the labrum but were intact and tom out of the anchor eyelets," published data showed....
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