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Síndrome de pinzamiento del hombro izquierdo con cirugía artroscópica - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Síndrome de pinzamiento del hombro izquierdo con cirugía artroscópica - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Este grupo de ilustraciones médicas muestran el síndrome de pinzamiento del hombro izquierdo con cirugía artroscópica. La primera imagen es una orientación hacia la anatomía del hombro. La segunda imagen es una ampliación de la primera, para mostrar las lesiones pre-operatorias, incluyendo una protuberancia ósea en la clavícula distal, síndrome de pinzamiento acromioclavicular, proceso acromio caído y tendón del músculo supraespinoso con pinzamiento. La imagen siguiente muestra los dos primeros pasos de la cirugía de descompresión subacromial, incluyendo la inserción de los instrumentos para artroscopía en la articulación del hombro y la realización de la acromioplastía usando un buril de alta velocidad para retirar las protuberancias óseas post-traumáticas y aliviar el pinzamiento. La última imagen muestra los dos pasos siguientes del procedimiento, incluyendo el retiro de la sección distal de la clavícula con un buril de alta velocidad y el alisamiento del manguito rotador desgastado con una cuchilla afeitadora.

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