Arthroscopic release of MGHL in frozen shoulder - Stock image

Arthroscopic Surgery, Surgery, Anatomy, Capsule, Endoscope

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Stock photo ID:516190435
Upload date:September 19, 2015

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Arthroscopic view (from posterior portal) of a right shoulder suffering from adhesive capsulitis (or frozen shoulder). Inflamed synovium and scar tissue have already been removed from the rotator interval. Now the Middle Glenohumeral Ligament is being released (cut) by a meniscal (upbiter) punch.
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