Chapter 3 Instability

FIGURE 3-68  A: The tapered end of the FiberWire suture is passed back into the splice locking mechanism within the body of the anchor. B: The suture is then pulled thus tightening the suture loop around the labrum and securing the labrum to the glenoid. G, glenoid; H, humeral head.

FIGURE 3-69  A: The Hill-Sachs lesion is visualized from the ASL portal. B, C: The inferior and superior anchors are placed in a transtendon fashion (through the infraspinatus) lateral to the posterior portal. D: The inserter guides are not removed thus protecting the underlying sutures from the shaver during the subacromial debridement. H, humeral head; HSL, Hill-Sachs lesion.

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