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Some research efforts are focusing on enzymatic debridement techniques that help eradicate dead or necrotic tissue more rapidly and maybe – maybe – less painfully.
Medically, the difference between a rotator cuff debridement (trimming) versus true repair is the difference between mowing the lawn and laying down new sod.
In the meantime, Ryu underwent a debridement procedure on his left elbow last year and worked through an injury to his left groin in camp.
Infielder Hanser Alberto had shoulder surgery on Monday to repair rotator cuff debridement.
Colts owner Jim Irsay confirmed that Luck had labrum repair surgery, while Newton’s procedure was a debridement of the rotator cuff.
He’s being evaluated by Truman surgeon Douglas Geehan for potential debridement surgery and skin grafting, but Geehan and Dean are both hoping the wound will scar over on its own.
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