OVO and OVOMotion with Inlay Glenoid

Total Shoulder Arthroplasty (TSA) Systems

Anika’s clinically-proven OVO® and OVOMotion® with Inlay Glenoid Total Shoulder Arthroplasty Systems go beyond repair to preserve native anatomy and restore motion without activity restrictions, offering a reliable primary solution regardless of glenoid erosion, staging and posterior subluxation.1-3

The non-spherical humeral head implant with inlay glenoid recreates the native anatomy of the shoulder joint and provides equal or better pain relief with superior range of motion compared to traditional total shoulder replacements.3 

Key Features & Benefits

  • Designed to preserve native anatomy4
    • Non-spherical (aspherical) OVOID shaped implant designed to precisely match the anatomy of the humeral head1,3
    • Reduces risk of overstuffing by maintaining glenohumeral stability and native soft tissue tension1
  • Clinically proven published peer reviewed data
  • Simplified, efficient procedure can be performed as an outpatient procedure in the ambulatory surgery center (ASC)

Inlay Glenoid Features

  • High resistance to glenoid loosening5
    • Inlay design mitigates the rocking horse effect5
    • 10x more resistant to loosening compared to an onlay glenoid5
  • Preserves peripheral glenoid base2
  • Designed to address Type A, B and C glenoid classifications2,3

OVO and OVOMotion with Inlay Glenoid are available in the U.S.

OVOMotion is not available outside of the U.S. OVO is available in select OUS markets.

Anika products may not be available in all geographies. Product availability is subject to the regulatory clearances in individual markets. Please reach out to your local representative or Contact Us if you have questions about specific market approvals.

For complete product information, including indications, contraindications, warnings, and precautions, please refer to the Instructions for Use found here.

  1. Egger, A., Peterson, J., Jones, M., & Miniaci, A. “Total shoulder arthroplasty with nonspherical humeral head and inlay glenoid replacement: clinical results comparing concentric and nonconcentric glenoid stages in primary shoulder arthritis.” JSES open access vol. 3,3 145-153. 13 Sep. 2019.
  2. Yalcin, S., Scarcella, M., Everhart, J., Samuel, L., & Miniaci, A. “Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes of Total Shoulder Arthroplasty With a Nonspherical Humeral Head and Inlay Glenoid in Elite Weight Lifters: A Prospective Case Series.” Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine vol. 9,7 28 Jul. 2021.
  3. Uribe, J., Zvijac, J., Porter, D., Saxena, A., Vargas, L. “Inlay total shoulder arthroplasty for primary glenohumeral arthritis.” JSES International. 2021 5(6):1014-1020.
  4. Preclinical data on file. Results may not correlate to clinical performance.
  5. Gagliano, J., Helms, S., Colbath, G., Przestrzelski, B., Hawkins, R., DesJardins, J. “A comparison of onlay versus inlay glenoid component loosening in total shoulder arthroplasty.” JSES 2017 Jul;26(7):1113-1120.

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