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Figure 20-4 Arthroscopic capsular plication. A, A shuttle device is passed through the capsule and labrum. B, The shuttle device is used to pass a strong, braided polyester suture through the capsulolabral complex. C, Completed arthroscopic reconstruction. Multiple "pinch tucks" are performed to tighten the glenohumeral ligaments and reduce the volume of the glenohumeral joint. D, Arthroscopic sutures in the rotator interval (arrow) further reduce capsular volume and serve to eliminate pathologic translation of the glenohumeral joint. B, biceps; HH, humeral head; SS, intra-articular subscapularis tendon. (Courtesy of Dr. John W. Xerogeanes.)

Figure 20-4 Arthroscopic capsular plication. A, A shuttle device is passed through the capsule and labrum. B, The shuttle device is used to pass a strong, braided polyester suture through the capsulolabral complex. C, Completed arthroscopic reconstruction. Multiple "pinch tucks" are performed to tighten the glenohumeral ligaments and reduce the volume of the glenohumeral joint. D, Arthroscopic sutures in the rotator interval (arrow) further reduce capsular volume and serve to eliminate pathologic translation of the glenohumeral joint. B, biceps; HH, humeral head; SS, intra-articular subscapularis tendon. (Courtesy of Dr. John W. Xerogeanes.)

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