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Table 2 Required revision surgeries on the affected shoulder during follow-up period

From: Treatment of non‐arthritic pseudoparetic shoulders with irreparable massive rotator cuff tears: arthroscopic procedures yield comparable midterm results to reverse arthroplasty

  Technique Agea Gender Previous surgery Time periodb Reason Revision surgery f/uc Satisfactiond Δ SSV Δ CS
Group A PR 68 Male No 9 days Superficial infection Arthroscopic joint lavage 4 Satisfied 60 46
PR 73 Male No 9 days Superficial infection Open joint lavage 5 Satisfied 30 30
PR 68 Female No 40 days Anchor loosening Arthroscopic anchor removal 3 Satisfied 80 52
Group B RTSA 85 Male No 78 days Early dislocation Closed reduction     
     140 days Second dislocation Humeral revision 1 n.a. n.a. 30
RTSA 73 Male No 28 days Early dislocation Closed reduction     
     6 years Static subluxation Glenoid revision 6 Satisfied 20 18
RTSA 77 Female Yes 2.5 years Acromion stress fracture Osteosynthesis 3 n.a n.a 14
RTSA 79 Female No 1 year Aseptic glenoid loosening Glenoid revision     
     5 years Aseptic glenoid loosening Conversion to HA 6 n.a. n.a. 9
RTSA 69 Female No 3 years Traumatic axillary nerve palsy Open patch plastic 4 n.a. n.a. 48
  1. apatient age at time of initial surgery; btime period between initial surgery and revision surgery; ctime period between initial surgery and latest follow-up (f/u); dsatisfaction with initial treatment; SSV Subjective Shoulder Value; CS Constant Score; Δ- value = difference between pre- and postoperative score; PR partial repair; RTSA reverse total shoulder arthroplasty; n.a. not available