On the Cover: Arthroscopic image of a SLAP 2 tear in a 25-year-old man. The patient is in the beach-chair position with the arthroscope from the posterior portal and the probe from the mid-glenoid anterior portal. The classic findings of a SLAP 2 tear are shown: erythema at the SLAP anchor-bone junction, displacement of the SLAP anchor, and tears visible at the interface. Courtesy of Matthew T. Provencher, M.D.
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