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The Athlete's Shoulder - When to operate

The Athlete's Shoulder - When to operate

The Athlete's Shoulder - When to operate

Lennard Funk
Lennard Funk
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

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Launch date: 14 Jan 2016

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Last updated: 20 Jan 2017

Duration: 0h 30m
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David Nicholas Pugh (10 Nov 2016)
I enjoyed this presentation and it helped clarify some issues around scanning/imaging and when to operate in 2 common clinical presentations

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Lecture given at the BASEM/FSEM Annual Conference 2015

Objectives

Athletic Shoulder Injuries
To understand the place of surgery in the management of shoulder dislocations of the Glenohumeral and Acromioclavicular joints.
Lennard Funk

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Lennard Funk
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

Honorary Professor and Clinical Lead for the Post Graduate Orthopaedic Programme at the University of Salford. He is a Consultant Shoulder Surgeon at Wrightington Hospital

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  • Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine
  • 0.50 Hours -
    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 60
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    Reference number: BASEM e 120

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David Nicholas Pugh (10 Nov 2016)
I enjoyed this presentation and it helped clarify some issues around scanning/imaging and when to operate in 2 common clinical presentations

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