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Table 2 Clinical outcomes of individual studies

From: Loosening and revision rates after total shoulder arthroplasty: a systematic review of cemented all-polyethylene glenoid and three modern designs of metal-backed glenoid

AuthorsCasesGain of FE (°)Gain of ER (°)RadiolucencyLooseningRevision surgeriesOther reoperations
Cemented all-polyethylene glenoid components (PEG)
 Raiss (2008)2150.728.110 (48%)1000
 Rice (2008)14N211 (7%)100
 Fox (2009)972NNN15260
 Edwards (2010)47NNN020
 Throckmorton (2010)10048.328.6N1000
 Arnold (2011)35NN5000
 Collin (2011)56NNN2032: RC repair
 Walch (2011)33351.726.3965753: open contracture release
 Young (2011)22639.723.314499372: Periprosthetic fracture
3: instability
2: RC repair
2: infection
2: stiffness
 Raiss (2012)394924NN10
 Wirth (2012)44141.934.6NN10
 Denard (2013)50312130 of 4821 of 48170
 Greiner (2013)9759.6N9370
 Raiss (2014)25046.925.0N100220
 Gazielly (2015)3942.425.78610
 Gulotta (2015)40NNN001 infection
1 biceps tendinitis
 Noyes (2015)423078N10
 Wright (2015)2444.224.85 of 15000
 Parks (2016)7631131417 of 80N
 Wijeratna (2016)83NN5113 contracture release
1: RC repair
1: capsular plication
 McLendon (2017)287NNN120360
 Service (2017)71NN19130
 Gauci (2018)464026N1010N
 Raiss (2018)118NNN020
 Sanchez-Sotelo (2018)202NN0072
Modern design of metal-backed glenoid component (MBG)
 Castagna (2010)35NN8 (22%)000
 Fucentese (2010)22NNN3 (14%)3 (14%)0
 Budge (2013)19N447 (37%)4 (21%)3 (16%)N
 Styron (2016)667036N13 of 58 (23%)1 (2%)N
 Sandow (2016)10NN0000
 Panti (2016)7654.440.85 (7%)001: RC repair
 Endrizzi (2016)73NN24 of 66 (36.4%)1 of 66 (1.5%)1 (1%)0
 Merolla (2016)40NN2 (5%)000
 Gurin (2017)80NNN02 (3%)0
 Watson (2018)36NN1 (2.8%)1 (2.8%)1 (3%)N
  1. N not recorded, FE forward elevation, ER external rotation, RC rotator cuff