Published in Hospital Law Weekly, May 29th, 2008
"OCD rarely occurs in the shoulder joint, where it involves either the humeral head or the glenoid. The purpose of this report is to present a case with glenoid cavity osteochondritis dissecans and clinical and radiological outcome after arthroscopic debridement. The patient underwent arthroscopy to remove the loose body and to microfracture the cavity," wrote A. Gogus and...
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