multidirectional instability


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multidirectional instability

Malfunction of the shoulder joint in more than one direction, resulting in a limited mobility or shoulder pain. Although the instability may be present from birth, it is often a result of injuries that occur in sports in which the arm is used overhead, as in gymnastics, swimming, or volleyball.
See also: instability
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Surgery for multidirectional instability is a capsular shift.
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