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Diagnostic Shoulder Arthroscopy Technique: Beach Chair Position

  • Michael A. Terry
  • David W. Altchek

Abstract

Beach chair positioning for shoulder arthroscopy was introduced in 1986 as an alternative to the lateral and modified lateral positions for shoulder arthroscopy.l Most shoulder arthroscopic procedures are possible with either the lateral or the beach chair position.

Keywords

Rotator Cuff Rotator Cuff Repair Glenohumeral Joint Biceps Tendon Shoulder Arthroscopy 
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  • Michael A. Terry
  • David W. Altchek

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