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Right Shoulder Joint Dysplasia Release and Multiple Nerve Transfers

SKU: C13011

This surgical storyboard depicts the steps to repair right shoulder joint dysplasia and an injured brachial plexus. First, an incision is made over the superior right shoulder, and the spinal accessory and suprascapular nerves are coapted with fibrin glue. Next, a second incision is made in the posterior axillary fold to the mid-position of the arm, and the anterior shoulder capsule is released. Then the radial nerve branch from the medial head of the triceps is coapted to the axillary nerve with fibrin glue. Finally, branches from the median and ulnar nerves are coapted with branches of the musculocutaneous nerve.

Custom Price Range: $1,300 - $1,600

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