Purpose: To compare morphologic data of the talus using magnetic resonance images with previously reported values of the humeral head and the glenoid
Conclusion: Allograft talus appears to be a viable graft for both reconstruction of the glenoid and humeral head when cases of bipolar glenohumeral bone loss are present.
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B. Gage Griswold, M.D., Daniel W. Paré, B.S, Zachary P. Herzwurm, M.D., Brice G. Morpeth, B.S., Matthew T. Provencher, M.D., Stephen A. Parada, M.D. "Utility of Allograft Talus as a Source for Grafting of Concurrent Humeral and Glenoid Defects Associated With Anterior Glenohumeral Instability: An Anthropometric Analysis". Athroscopy. December 01, 2020.