IGHL

AcronymDefinition
IGHLInferior Glenohumeral Ligament
IGHLIndependent Group Home Living
IGHLInstitute of Genealogy and History for Latin (Utah)
References in periodicals archive ?
These anchors are used to relocate, hold in place and tighten the injured IGHL.
Better coaptation of the capsulolabral tear to the glenoid rim would augment the resistance imparted by IGHL and restore the chock block effect of the labrum, greatly enhancing static stability anteriorly.
"IGHL plays an integral role in providing assistance and support to children and adults with developmental disabilities.
RE/MAX'S donation of office equipment and furniture will allow us to focus other resources towards providing needed services to our program participants," said Walter Stockton, IGHL chief executive officer.
The posterior IGHL (PIGHL) and posterior capsule had been ruptured with a fresh stump (Figure 1(a)); however, the thickened CHL remained (Figure 1(b)).
It can be performed with the patient standing, sitting, or supine, and the test places the anterior band of the inferior glenohumeral ligament (IGHL) and anterior capsule under stress (Fig.
Table 1 Classification of Recurrent Instability Dislocation Subluxation Apprehension Chronic pain Table 2 Risk Factors for Recurrent Instability Patient-related Young age Male gender Contact/Collision sports Surgeon-related Misdiagnosis (posterior instability/MDI/IGHL) Technical factors Failure to address pathology Non-anatomic labral repair < 3 anchors used incorrect drill hole placement inadequate restoration of glenoid concavity Pathology-related Glenoid bone loss > 25% Stretched IGHL Anterior hyperlaxity Large Hill-Sachs Concominant pathology (SLAP tears, rotator cuff tears, HAGL lesions, etc.)
The inferior glenohumeral ligament (IGHL) is composed of two bands, anterior and posterior, and the intervening capsule.
Next, the pin is used to spear the IGHL near the attachment to the separated anterior glenoid labrum.
The rivet was designed as a removable metallic device for affixing the torn labrum and the inferior glenohumeral ligament (IGHL) to the glenoid margin.
In Type I, the glenoid labrum and inferior glenohumeral ligament (IGHL) complex is normal.
Risk factors for failed arthroscopic stabilization included males under 18 years of age, collision athletes, bone deficiencies on the glenoid, the absence of a Bankart lesion, an attenuated IGHL complex, rotator interval lesions, and short immobilization periods.