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Left Shoulder Arthroscopy, Acromioplasty, Release of Coracoacromial Ligament and Extensive Debridement
Left Shoulder Arthroscopy, Acromioplasty, Release of                                    Coracoacromial Ligament and Extensive Debridement

AØ Left Shoulder Arthroscopy, Acromioplasty, Release of Coracoacromial Ligament and Extensive Debridement Pre-operative Condition Subacromial impingement Bursa Partial tear of rotator cuff A. Incisions are made in the shoulder and arthroscopic instruments are inserted. B. The bursa is removed. C. The acromion is debrided. © 2010. NUCLEUS MEDICAL MEDIA. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 1.800.338.5954 ===================================== Thank you for trying Trapeze! =====================================

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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