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Shoulder Separation: AC Dislocation

Dr. Clayton Lane explains what a shoulder separation is, how it occurs, and how it is treated. The video includes anatomical diagrams of the AC [...]

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SLAP Repair: Superior Labrum Anterior Posterior

Dr. Clayton Lane discusses a common injury in baseball referred to as a SLAP tear. An arthroscopic surgical repair is presented along with a description [...]

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Arthroscopic Subscapularis Repair

Surgical demonstration of an arthroscopic repair of the subscapularis tendon in the shoulder. The subscapularis is the rotator cuff tendon in the front of the [...]

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Reverse Bankart Repair for Posterior Instability of the Shoulder

Live surgery demonstrating and arthroscopic reverse bankart repair using three, one centimeter incisions. The examination under anesthesia shows the shoulder dislocate. There is a brief [...]

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Shoulder Dislocation: Bankart Repair

Surgical video of an arthroscopic bankart repair. Dr. Lane also briefly discusses shoulder dislocations, the hill-sachs lesion and other associated injuries.

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Shoulder Replacement

This video takes you through an actual case of a shoulder replacement in a single patient. You will see what the patient’s arthritis looks like [...]

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Surgery Video: Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair

Warning: Live Surgery Video Arthroscopic surgery has advanced to the point where arthroscopic treatment of cuff tears has been shown to be superior to open [...]

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Surgery Video: Arthroscopic Subacromial Decompression

Warning: Live surgical video The most common bone spur in the shoulder is located on the acromion. Bone spurs decrease the space between the ball [...]

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Surgery Video: Arthroscopic Distal Clavicle Excision

Warning!: This video contains images of surgery that may not be appropriate for children or “squeamish” adults The AC joint (acromioclavicular joint) only moves 10-15 [...]

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Long Thoracic Nerve Paralysis: Surgical Treatment

Warning!: This video contains video of surgery which may not be appropriate for children or “squeamish” adults When we lift our arm, one third of [...]

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