Biceps tenodesis or repair in isolated type II SLAP lesions

Does biceps tenodesis lead to more patient satisfaction than repair in patients above 35 years?

Although arthroscopic repair has been the standard surgical procedure over the last years, there is evidence that different types of patients might require different types of surgery: while anatomic repair is indicated in young adults and overhead athletes, the general population above 35 years may benefit more from biceps tenodesis alone.


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