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Arthroscopic biceps tenodesis using the percutaneous intra-articular transtendon technique1

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      Traditional management of end-stage pain and degeneration of the proximal biceps tendon has included open tenodesis of the biceps tendon. Several methods have been described. More recently, however, arthroscopic techniques have been developed. This article introduces a novel method of arthroscopic biceps tenodesis that does not require any specialized hardware.

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