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Fig. 4

From: Reverse shoulder arthroplasty for proximal humerus fracture using a dedicated stem: radiological outcomes at a minimum 2 years of follow-up—case series

Fig. 4

a AP radiograph at 30 months postoperatively in an 81-year-old woman showing a partial union of the greater tuberosity and a partial superior migration. The white arrow indicates the part of the greater tuberosity that migrates superiorly with respect to the metaphyseal component of the prosthesis. The R oblique indicates AP oblique view of a right shoulder. b AP radiograph at 28 months postoperatively in a 72-year-old woman showing complete resorption of the greater tuberosity. In fact, there is no more bone lateral to the metaphyseal part of the stem (asterisk)

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