THE REVERSE SHOULDER PROSTHESIS (RP) IN RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS (RA) IN A YOUNG PATIENT ABOUT OF A CASE
El Hassani Abdelkrim*, Douma Hicham, Faycal Rifki, Ouahb Azriouil, Daoudi Mohamed, Laila Liqali, Dihi Basma, Khalid Koulali Idrissi
The Prosthesis reversed is one of the treatments of the osteo-articular pathologies of the shoulder with massive rupture of the cap among other things the achievement of the shoulder in the framework of the PR. We report the observation of a young subject aged 34 years followed for rheumatoid arthritis which is located mainly at the level of two shoulders for 09 years under treatment of the bottom, with poor progression due to poor compliance due to lack of financial means after the patient presented for a very advanced bilateral shoulder osteoarthritis, with a major handicap in daily and professional life which prompted his rheumatologist to refer him to our training for a possible surgery which gave very satisfactory results hence the interest to show the importance and motivate future surgeons to learn this surgery.
Keywords: rheumatoid arthritis; reverse prosthesis; eccentric osteoarthritis.
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