Arthroscopic Repair of SLAP Lesions With a Bioknotless Suture Anchor

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The diagnosis and treatment of SLAP tears have improved with the development of arthroscopic shoulder surgery techniques. With types 2 and 4 tears, the goal is to restore stability to the labrum and biceps anchor and achieve healing to the glenoid. Suture repair with anchors is currently the repair technique of choice. The purpose of this article is to report a fast and simple method for arthroscopic SLAP repair that uses knotless suture anchors and obviates complex suture management and arthroscopic knot tying. Key Words: SLAP—Shoulder arthroscopy—Knotless suture anchors—Superior labrum tear—Repair.

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