Shoulder Approaches

All Surgical approaches to the shoulder region.


 Arthroscopic Approach to the shoulder Absolute well explained

Arthroscopic Approach to the shoulder Absolute well explained

Arthroscopic Approach to the shoulder is is used to treat many sport injuries in the shoulder joint. Read More
 Posterior Approach to the shoulder (Judet Approach)

Posterior Approach to the shoulder (Judet Approach)

The posterior approach to the shoulder (Judet Approach) offers access to the posterior and inferior aspects of the… Read More
 Lateral Approach to the shoulder

Lateral Approach to the shoulder

Lateral Approach to the shoulder provides limited access to the head and surgical neck of the humerus. Read More
 Anterolateral Approach to the Shoulder

Anterolateral Approach to the Shoulder

The anterolateral approach to the shoulder offers excellent exposure to the acromioclavicular joint and the coracoacromial ligament and… Read More
 Deltopectoral Approach to the Shoulder

Deltopectoral Approach to the Shoulder

The deltopectoral approach to the shoulder offers good wide exposure joint, allowing repairs to be made of its… Read More
 Anterior Approach to the Clavicle

Anterior Approach to the Clavicle

The anterior approach to the clavicle provides exposure of the entire bone allowing: Open reduction and internal fixation… Read More

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