Dr Iqra Akbar, Dr Saneela Mussawar, Dr Muhammad Uzair Ali
Objective: This research work was carried out to assess the findings of Magnuson-stack surgery in recurring anterior shoulder instability. Methodology: In this research work, total 26 patients with an average age of twenty-seven years underwent Magnuson-stack surgery from June 2015 to July 2020 with an average follow up period of 40 months. We recorded the clinical findings according to the Quick DASH score. Results: We found no re-dislocations. We found the excellent clinical outcome in 70.0% (n: 18) and good in 30.0% (n: 8) patients. We observed the limitation in the external rotation of the shoulder in every patient present with no significant functionality impairment. Conclusion: The findings of this research work concluded that although in procedure of Magnuson-Stack, we do not rectify the anatomical anomaly of the recurring anterior shoulder instability, but ease of surgery and relatively good clinical findings are the causes to utilize them in the patients, if there is no availability of the facilities related to the arthroscopic repair. KEYWORDS: Recurring, Magnuson-Stack, Surgery, Rotation, Quick Dash Score, Impairment, Anomaly, Re-Dislocation, Anatomical.