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TUBS

Abbreviation for:
Traumatic Unilateral lesion with Bankart lesion and usually requiring surgery

TUBS

Orthopedics Acronym for a type of shoulder joint instability, characterized as traumatic, unidirectional, Bankart lesion, best treated by surgery. See AMBRI, Shoulder instability.

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