COLLISIONS IN THE CLASSIFICATION OF SLAP LESIONS

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There is no agreement among experts on the classification of injury of o the long head tendon of biceps brachii in the area of its attachment to the shoulder blade. Some authors take the Snyder’s classification as basis; others describe it as a separate injury. The authors presented the review of existing classifications of the labrum shoulder injury (so-called SLAP lesions) and traumas of the tendon of the long head biceps.

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V. G. Yevsyeyenko

Clinical hospital “Feofania”

Author for correspondence.
Email: ye_syava@ukrpost.net
Russian Federation

I. M. Zazirniy

Clinical hospital “Feofania”

Email: zazirny@ukr.net
Russian Federation

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