By Andreas B. Imhoff, Jonathan B. Ticker, Freddie H. Fu
content material: part I: advent and Imaging Secton II: easy concepts part III: Glenohumeral Instabiligy part VI: particular Arthroscopic Techniques
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An atlas of shoulder arthroscopy by Andreas B. Imhoff, Jonathan B. Ticker, Freddie H. Fu