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Right Shoulder Condition with Arthroscopic Surgery
Right Shoulder Condition with Arthroscopic Surgery

This stock medical exhibit features the following multiple images:rn1. Anterior views of the pre-operative superficial and deep shoulder anatomy layers revealing a full thickness tear to the rotator cuff, biceps tendon fraying, AC joint impingement, chondromalacia to the glenohummeral joint and a labral tear.rn2. Next, the following arthroscopic surgical steps are shown:rn-Insertion of the arthroscopic instruments into the right shoulder joint,rn-Extensive debridement, rn-AC joint subacromial decompression and acromioplasty, rn-Rotator cuff repair with suture anchors.

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Last Updated: Jun 17th, 2020

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