Shoulder instability is a state in which the shoulder is repeatedly removed due to damage to joints, ligaments, ligaments, and joints that stabilize the shoulder after the shoulder has once been removed.
There are joints and ruptures in the MRA image.
Arthroscopy of the ruptured joint
Postoperative reconstruction of the joints (left) and surgical X-ray (right)
MRA images have broken joints and
bones are also damaged.
The CT image shows that the bones of the humerus and joints are worn out.
Arthroscopic findings suggest that the bones are worn and the articular cartilage is damaged.