Ligaments hold the shoulder joint together. A disruption or weakening of these connections is a shoulder separation.
Indications, part 1
This type of ligament tear is considered a second-degree shoulder separation.
Indications, part 2
When the ligaments are disrupted in this fashion, the result is a third-degree shoulder separation.
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