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AMICUS Illustration of amicus,injury,shoulder,thinning,inflammation,inflamed,supraspinatus,acromion,type

Shoulder Condition Before the Collision

Thinning and inflammation of supraspinatus with type II acromion.


Thinning and inflammation of supraspinatus with type II acromion.

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