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Overlap arthroscopic Bankart repair: reconstruction to the glenoid rim [October 2002]

Arthroscopic Reinforced Capsular Shift of Anterior Shoulder Instability [May–June, 2004]

Arthroscopic Inferior Capsular Shift Long-Term Follow-up  [March 2012]

Overlap arthroscopic Bankart repair [April 2002]

Arthroscopic transhumeral rotator cuff repair: Giant needle technique [March 2002]

– Overlap endoscopic SLAP lesion repair [November 1999]

– The Giant Knot: A New One-Way Self-Locking Secured Arthroscopic Slip Knot [June 1999]

Postoperative rehabilitation exercise program after shoulder operations [April 1999]

Arthroscopic translation of open reconstruction ofrotator cuff ruptures, 2–5 years follow up [March 1996]

Avascular necroses of the humeral head; A new treatment methode based on arthroscopic minimum invasive means [March 1996]

Arthroscopic closing of massive tears of the rotator cuff [March 1996]

Arthroscopic operative reconstruction of full thickness rotator cuff ruptures in athletes using a new gaint needle technique [March 1996]

Treatment of secondary impingement due to anterior instability and results of surgical treatment in athletes. A new arthroscopic classification [March 1996]

Late results of anatomicaly reconstructed gleno-humabal joint instability. 15 years follow up [March 1996]

Arthroscopical resection of the lateral end of the clavical for osteoarthritis; 5 years follow up [March 1996]

Rotator cuff repair in old patients; a new arthroscopic procedure [March 1996]

Sonographic evaluation of the bankart lesion [March 1996]

Pathology of the subacromial space and it’s relation to impingement syndrome [March 1996]

– Calcific tendenitis; Arthroscopic removel and transarthroscopic repair of the cuff defect [March 1996]

– Late results of reconstruction of large and massive rotator cuff tear. A 10 years follow up [March 1996]

– Comparison of arthroscopic reconstruction with open surgical closing of massive tears of the rotator cuff [March 1996]

Total and hemiarthroplasty of the shoulder more than 10 years follow up of Neer II type [March 1996]

– Does a reconstructed larg and massive rotator cuff tear survive a 10 years follow up study [February 1995]

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