Painful Congenital Coracoclavicular Joint, Treated with Arthroscopic Resection: A Case Report

A case of painful right shoulder in a 39 year old Thai female. She had a painful range of motion due to forward flexion and adduction with no any limit active range of motion for 5 months. The diagnosis was confirmed with incisional biopsy for tissue pathological report. 9-months after treated with arthroscopic coracoclavicular joint resection, she regained a pain-free range of motion.


Kulkamthorn N and Phonphok P

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