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Fig. 1 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

Fig. 1

From: No correlation between radiolucency and biomechanical stability of keeled and pegged glenoid components

Fig. 1

Keeled (left) and a pegged (right) glenoid component (Arthrex Inc., Naples, FL, USA) combine fenestration to improve anchoring and reverse barbs for better expansion effect and fixation strength. The main difference between the glenoids is the way of anchoring. The keeled glenoid consists of one single keeled anchor witch two fenestrations, the pegged glenoid consists of two pegged anchors and a curved keeled at the inferior part of the glenoid

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