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Right Shoulder Injuries with Arthroscopic Repairs
This exhibit begins with an X-ray of the shoulder, followed by two images interpreting the post-accident condition as described in the medical records. This image reveals the thickening of the rotator cuff tendons discussed in the MRI report, the subacromial impingement and acromioclavicular joint arthrosis and the right shoulder adhesive capsulitis. Also, the key steps of the surgical repair procedure are illustrated. These images will include manipulation of the shoulder to free many of the binding adhesions causing the frozen shoulder, the insertion of the arthroscopic instruments, the partial acromioplasty and the distal clavicle resection.