The majority of patients who undergo rotator cuff surgery experience excellent pain relief but re-turn to high levels of function are less predictable and re-tear rates remain an important concern. Certain populations and tear types pose unique challenges. The aim of this series is to provide ex-pert opinion on current and emerging strategies to manage some of these challenging aspects of shoulder surgery.
Regeneten bio-inductive collagen scaffold for rotator cuff tears: indications, technique, clinical outcomes, and review of current literature
Rotator cuff repair: technical considerations influencing optimum anchor choice in rotator cuff repair
The series “Current and Emerging Concepts in the Management of Rotator Cuff Tears” was commissioned by the editorial office, Annals of Joint without any sponsorship or funding. Adnan Saithna served as the unpaid Guest Editor for the series.