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Left Shoulder Injuries and Surgical Repairs
Left Shoulder Injuries and Surgical Repairs

This surgical exhibit features six images on a single board. The first is an illustration of the left shoulder describing the pre-operative condition (rotator cuff tear and biceps tendinosis). The second illustration shows the arthroscopic instruments inserted into the shoulder joint. The third image is a scan of the rotator cuff. The fourth and fifth images portrays the debridement of the biceps tendon and explains how suture anchors are used to create a speed bridge construct to repair the rotator cuff. The sixth image is an illustration describing the eventual condition (adhesive capsulitis).

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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