Harvard Health Letter

Arthroscopic shoulder surgery

Arthroscopy is a popular technique for shoulder surgery. It's recommended to repair torn rotator cuff tendons (which keep the arm bone in the shoulder socket), dislocated shoulders, and torn ligaments, as well as to remove bone spurs and cartilage.

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