Case Reports in Orthopedics / 2017 / Article / Fig 3

Case Report

Reverse Fosbury Flop Tear of the Rotator Cuff

Figure 3

Arthroscopic view of a right shoulder viewed from posterior portal. (a) The supraspinatus tendon had the appearance of ulcerations and flanges of the bursal-side (sea anemone appearance, black arrows) and (b) after debridement of the flanges, the tendon that flopped on itself and the long head of the biceps and healed on the anterior humerus had an unusual orientation (HH, humeral head; LHB, long head of the biceps; SS, supraspinatus tendon).
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