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Right Shoulder Injuries with Surgical Repair - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit pictures injuries to the right shoulder and steps from the arthroscopic procedure utilized to repair the damage in a series of illustrations. The first illustration shows an anterior view of the shoulder with the area of injury boxed off. The second illustration displays an anterior skeletal view to show the pre-operative condition. The third illustration depicts the shoulder’s instability from the lateral skeletal view. The fourth illustration shows the arthroscopic instruments being inserted into the shoulder joint through multiple stab incisions. The fifth illustration portrays the labrum being reattached to the glenoid fossa. The sixth illustration shows the resection of the degenerative articular cartilage and the bone spurs.
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