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Acromioplastia - Cirurgia de Síndrome do Impacto - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Acromioplastia - Cirurgia de Síndrome do Impacto. Esta mostra apresenta duas imagens anteriores de um ombro direito masculino durante uma cirurgia de descompressão para a síndrome do impacto. A imagem inicial mostra uma incisão aberta para expor a junta do ombro. A segunda imagem detalha uma ressecção óssea com trépano do processo acrômio distal inferior, esporões ósseos, etc. para descomprimir a junta e aliviar a dor.
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