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2022 Jul 01

JBJS Case Connect



Modified McLaughlin Procedure Using a Double-Row Suture Anchor for Chronic Locked Posterior Shoulder Dislocation: A Case Report.


A 49-year-old highly active man had a direct fall on the left shoulder, causing a chronic locked posterior shoulder dislocation. Radiographic analysis revealed a reverse Hill-Sachs lesion (RHSL) that affected 31% of the articular surface. He was successfully treated with a modified McLaughlin procedure that included a double-row suture anchor as a novel fixation approach to secure the lesser tuberosity transfer and the subscapularis tenodesis.