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Subscapularis Tear

What is Subscapularis Tear? The subscapularis muscle is one of the four rotator cuff muscles, being the largest and strongest one of the group. Situated…

Carpal Tunnel Surgery

What is carpal tunnel surgery? The carpal tunnel surgery is performed in patients diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome. This is actually a neuropathy in which…

Dislocated Shoulder

What is a dislocated shoulder? Anatomically speaking, the shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in the body, having the possibility to move the arm…

Bunion Surgery

Bunion surgery is a medical procedure in which the surgeon cuts into the inner side of the foot, close to the big toe joint and…

Rotator Cuff Surgery

Rotator cuff surgery is a medical procedure that has as main purpose the repair of a torn tendon in the shoulder. There are two main…

Microdiscectomy

What is Microdiscectomy? Microdiscectomy also known as microdecompression represents a surgical procedure in which either a portion of a bone or vertebral disc is removed….

Laparoscopy

What is a laparoscopy? Laparoscopy is one of the modern-generation surgical techniques considered to be minimally invasive. For this type of surgery, a laparoscope is…

Cataract Surgery

Cataract surgery is a medical procedure in which the crystalline (the eye’s natural lens) is removed, after having developed opacity. In time, the crystalline is…

Appendectomy

What is Appendectomy? Appendectomy is a surgical procedure used for the removal of the appendix. This is commonly a procedure performed in emergency situations, the…

Salter-Harris Fracture

What is a Salter-Harris fracture? This is a break nearby or in the bone’s growth plate. The growth plate is also referred to as the…

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