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Shoulder Arthroscopy Can Restore Joint Function Following Proximal Humeral Fracture Malunion in Middle Age Individuals

      To report the clinical outcomes in patients who underwent shoulder arthroscopy to address joint dysfunction due to previous proximal humeral fracture malunion.
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