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Executive Summary

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Background

Relationship between first-time shoulder instability injuries and the subsequent development of arthritis

Studies investigating links between persistent subluxation following glenoid rim fracture and humeral head impaction fracture and the development of post-traumatic arthritis; the timing of the resultant arthritis relative to the injury; and the severity of the fractures

Can a glenoid rim fracture that heals in a malunited position with incongruity make a person susceptible to post-traumatic arthritis? If so, how long after the fracture would arthritis to be visible on radiology studies?

How long does it take for post-traumatic arthritis to develop after a glenoid rim fracture that heals in a malunited position?

Is there an association between a humeral impaction fracture and developing post-traumatic arthritis?

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Discussion

Applying the research

General topic background

Confounding factors

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Major Lawsuits and Legislation

Notable lawsuits and legislation in this category

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Works Cited

Citations of peer-reviewed articles published within the past decade

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Next Steps

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Areas of interest

Med

Orthopaedics

Personal Injury

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