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A 29-year-old quarterback falls onto his dominant shoulder and sustains the injury shown in Figures 14a and 14b. Management should consist of
an arm sling.
nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and a rapid return to activity.
arthroscopic partial claviculectomy.
acromioclavicular joint reduction and stabilization.
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When performing an arthroscopic distal clavicle excision for acromioclavicular joint arthrosis, which of the following structures must be preserved to prevent post-operative anteroposterior instability of the clavicle?
Anterior and inferior acromioclavicular joint capsule
Superior and posterior acromioclavicular joint capsule