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If visualization of the joint is adequate, examination can occur before placement of an anterior portal. If hemorrhage from manipulation is present, placement of the anterior portal for outflow may aid in visualization. 38 Atlas of Orthopaedic Surgery - A Multimedia Reference FIGURE 1-16. Placement of posterior portal. A semiblunt trocar tip should be used to allow the arthroscope to penetrate the capsule without inflicting iatrogenic trauma to the structures within the joint. The trocar should be advanced gently until the space between the edge of the glenoid and the humeral head can be felt.
A: The classic impingement sign occurs as the shoulder is placed in the position of maximum forward elevation, reproducing the patient's pain. B: Impingement of the greater tuberosity on the coracoacromial ligament occurs when the shoulder is forward-flexed to 90 degrees and internally rotated, reproducing the patient's pain. Most patients with primary impingement can be successfully treated without surgery. Nonoperative treatment involves rest from those activities that exacerbate the symptoms, stretching and strengthening exercises, nonsteroidal antiinflammatory medications, and the judicious use of cortisone injections.
The suture is subsequently identified on the bursal surface of the rotator cuff. The medial and lateral extents of the acromion are identified along with the coracoacromial ligament. The ligament is then released from medial to lateral using either an electrocautery or radiofrequency device (Fig. 2-13). The ligament is released from the undersurface of the acromion until the subdeltoid fascia is seen, avoiding injury to the overlying muscle. If the acromial branch of the thoracoacromial artery, which is located along the superomedial aspect of the coracoacromial ligament, is encountered, it should be cauterized to avoid excessive bleeding.