Case report| Volume 11, ISSUE 1, P112-114, February 1995

Impingement symptoms caused by a synovial fold in the glenoid fossa projecting into the sublabral hole

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      In this case report, an atypical impingement in a 40-year-old male patient with terminal restrictions in the shoulder joint is used to show the development of an atypical synovial fold through the sublabral hole with protrusion into the glenoid fossa.


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