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Figure 2 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

Figure 2

From: Single-row vs. double-row arthroscopic rotator cuff repair: clinical and 3 Tesla MR arthrography results

Figure 2

Coronal (A) and oblique sagittal (B) MRA views of the operated shoulder of a 57-year-old man (DR group), at 37-month follow-up, showed a continuous supraspinatus tendon 8 mm thick, with leakage of the contrast medium at the suture anchor level. There was no tendon and/or muscle retraction nor superior migration of the humeral head. Clinical results were excellent with 89 points at CMS and 12 points at SST.

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