Coracoplasty: Indications, Techniques, and Outcomes

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Coracoplasty has become a more commonly performed surgical procedure, as coracoid impingement has become increasingly recognized as a cause of persistent anterior shoulder pain. Open and arthroscopic techniques have shown satisfactory results. This article will provide a current review about the indications and techniques for coracoplasy, including both arthroscopic and open techniques and the expected outcomes.

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