Arthroscopic Repair of Right Shoulder Impingement and SLAP Lesion
This exhibit details five arthroscopic surgical steps to repair the right shoulder. The examination reveals subacromial bursal scar tissue, synovitis, adhesive capsulitis, an anterolateral acromial osteophyte, and a SLAP lesion. The anterior labrum was debrided and repaired with an anchor. The synovitis was then excised and the anterolateral osteophyte was removed. Bursal and scar tissue were also extracted.