WASHINGTON — Results presented here showed use of single all-suture suture anchors may increase tendon migration after a biceps tenodesis compared with interference screws.
“You should think twice about using a single all-suture suture anchor, as there was the most migration with that,” Brian Forsythe, MD, FAAOS, said in his presentation at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Annual Meeting.
He added, “If you’re going to do a subpectoral approach, consider the interference screw. You can also perform it arthroscopically. Use two all-suture suture anchors