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Rotator cuff tear

Rotator cuff tear

 

Rotator cuff tear
Image Number: 225-020
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Title: Rotator cuff tear
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Image Description:  Rotator cuff tear, showing full-thickness tear through the supraspinatus tendon from an anterior view and from above.

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