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    Good afternoon,
    I know the 3 areas, but what's in the areas? Like what part is the rotator cuff or labrum in? If anyone has a description of what's in each area I would appreciate it.

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    There are a bunch of good websites that show various anatomy. If you type "shoulder anatomy" in your browser you will get all kinds of stuff.

    Here is a good website that may be of help for you though.


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