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Nirvikar Dahiya, MD
Ultrasound of the Shoulder
Nirvikar Dahiya, MD
07/05/2015 | Time : 39 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses normal anatomy and pathology of the rotator cuff. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will be able to identify the normal anatomy and pathology of the rotator cuff, including the sonographic appearance of complete and partial rotator cuff tear.

Topics mentioned in this video : Normal anatomy, Abnormal cuff

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