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Right Shoulder Injuries with Surgery
Right Shoulder Injuries with Surgery

This is a single custom board consisting of six images. First, there are two pre-operative condition images. One shows the injuries from an anterior view and the second shows the rest of the injuries from a lateral view. The injuries in the anterior view include AC joint degeneration, bursitis, and rotator cuff tear. The lateral view depicts a lateral tear and chondral damage to the glenoid surface. The next four images illustrate the subsequent surgery. The images include the insertion of the arthroscopic instruments into the shoulder, the labral tear being debrided, the distal part of the clavicle being removed, and the insertion of anchored sutures to repair the rotator cuff.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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