Suprascapular neuropathy secondary to cyst compression in the spinoglenoid notch may occur in association with SLAP tears. Arthroscopic techniques may be employed for both cyst excision and repair of labral pathology. We describe 3 cases in which preoperative and postoperative electromyograms and magnetic resonance imaging documented cyst resolution and return of suprascapular nerve function after arthroscopic spinoglenoid cyst excision and labral repair.



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