October 27, 2016
BOSTON — At the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Open Symposium, Hill Hastings II, MD, discussed how posterolateral rotatory instability occurs in the elbow and how the understanding of this is critical for repair.
“Posterolateral rotatory instability is most common with trauma,” Hastings said. “It is the first stage developed with dislocation. Its understanding is critical for repair. When there is good tissue, then just primary tissue reconstruction will suffice most of the time.”