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Left Shoulder Injuries
Left Shoulder Injuries

This stock medical exhibit describes multiple left shoulder injuries. The first image features an anterior view of the left shoulder with a comminuted fracture of the posterior superolateral aspect of the acromion, avulsion fracture of the coracoid process, and a fracture of the 3rd left rib. The second image features a lateral view of the shoulder joint with the humerus removed, allowing the grade II SLAP lesion to be visible. The third image features a posterior view of the same shoulder, in which a posterior rotator cuff tear is visible.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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