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Right Shoulder Injury with Surgical Treatment
Right Shoulder Injury with Surgical Treatment

This medical exhibit consists of six illustrations on a single exhibit. The first illustration shows an anterior skeletal view of the right shoulder and will depict the preoperative condition. A rotator cuff tear with subacromial impingement will be evident.rnThe second illustration portrays the insertion of the arthroscopic instruments into the shoulder. The third illustration depicts the debridement of the rotator cuff tear. The fourth illustration shows the acromioplasty being performed. The fifth illustration portrays an open incision being cut over the clavicle. The sixth illustration shows the distal clavicle resection.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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