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Three anchor concepts for rotator cuff repair in standardized physiological and osteoporotic bone: a biomechanical study.

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Summary of "Three anchor concepts for rotator cuff repair in standardized physiological and osteoporotic bone: a biomechanical study."

Previous biomechanical studies used single-pull destructive tests in line with the anchor and are limited by a great variability of bone density of cadaver samples. To overcome these limitations, a more physiological test setting was provided using titanium, bioresorbable, and all-suture anchors.

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Name: Journal of shoulder and elbow surgery
ISSN: 1532-6500
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