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Failed Shoulder Replacement with Additional Surgical Repairs
Failed Shoulder Replacement with Additional Surgical Repairs

This stock medical exhibit depicts a failed right shoulder replacement with illustrations of steps in the additional surgical repairs. The first illustration displays the pre-operative condition displaying widespread adhesions and insufficiency of the supscapularis tendon as well as heterotopic bone formation. The second series of graphics depicts four steps from the surgery: The incision to expose the injured area, the removal of the failed prosthesis and heterotopic bone, the insertion of the new prosthesis and the reattachment of the supscapularis tendon and the biceps tendon.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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