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Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair Surgery - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical illustration shows an arthroscopic surgery procedure for rotator cuff repair using five images. The first medical image presents the pre-operative condition consisting of a full thickness tear of the rotator cuff muscle. The second graphic displays the placement of arthroscopes in the shoulder. The next two medical illustrations show the utilization of a burr to decorticate the acromioclavicular joint and a curette to remove soft tissue around the cuff. Lastly, a screw bone anchor with double sutures is shown fixing the rotator cuff.
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