Shoulder Arthroscopy Diagnosis Guide

The pathologies to note in the videos are:

  1. Superior Labrum & Biceps :
    1. Biceps tear (<50% or >50%)
    2. Dislocated Biceps tendon
    3. SLAP tear (mention type)
  2. Anterior Labrum & Capsule:
    1. Bankart Tear
    2. ALSPA Lesion
    3. Bony Bankart
    4. HAGL Lesion
  3. Posterior:
    1. Posterior labral tear
    2. Hill-Sachs Lesion (large, small or shallow)
  4. Rotator Cuff :
    1. Partial thickness tear
    2. Full Thickness tear (small, large or massive)
    3. Suscapularis tear (partial or full thickness)
  5. Rotator Interval :
    1. Inflamed
    2. Large
  6. Glenoid : Normal, degenerative (specify grade), osteochondral lesion
  7. Humeral head : Normal, degenerative (specify grade), osteochondral lesion

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