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Arthroscopic Shoulder Portals: Clinical and Anatomic Considerations

January 01, 2005

Contributors: Neil J Maki, MD; Neil J Maki, MD

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Dr. Maki presents surgical demonstrations, anatomic dissections, and illustrations of the portals needed to dobasic and complex arthroscopic shoulder procedures. The portals that are included are the glenohumeral portals and the subacromial-or SA-portals. Clinical correlations with portal placements and procedures preformed in the glenohumeral joint-such as SLAP repairs, capsular releases, and instability reconstructions-are discussed. The subacromial (SA) portals include the portal placements necessary to perform arthroscopic subacromial decompressions (ASADs), rotator cuff repairs, and acromial clavicular resections (the Mumford procedure).

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