Reconstruction of unstable, complex proximal humeral fractures with the da Vinci cage: surgical technique and outcome at 2 to 6 years
Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, 07/03/2012
Russo R et al. – The da Vinci cage results in good reduction and stable fixation of displaced proximal humeral fractures, as well as in cases of humeral head dislocation and comminuted fractures. Unlike other devices and screwed plates, it does not invade the subacromial space and osteosynthesis is minimally invasive.