Symptoms of Postarthroscopic Glenohumeral Chondorolysis (PAGCL) Can Develop 3-12 Months After Surgery

Many cases of PAGCL develop 3-12 months after surgery. One of the most common procedures that patients experiencing PAGCL have is known as a Bankart procedure. This procedure is used to repair chronic dislocation of the shoulder joint and shoulder instability. Arthroscopic surgery is often used over open surgery to perform a Bankart procedure (also known as a Broca-Perthes-Bankart procedure). Anyone that has had this procedure and used a pain pump should consult with their physician and be watchful of the signs and symptoms of PAGCL

Matthew L. White
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