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What does ACJ stand for?

ACJ stands for Acromioclavicular Joint

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Contract award: Delivery system for obtaining autogenous growth factors from venous blood and autogenous bone marrow stem cells with a centrifuge lease, synthetic knee ligaments, the acromioclavicular joint, the ligament reconstruction of the Achilles tendon and ligaments; system for treating articular cartilage and osteochondral defects , a system to repair the damage meniscus and anterior cruciate ligament The contract is: Task No.
00 Monograph series, 46 RG571 Defining a pitfall as a situation in the pathway of care that can compromise or complicate the course of treatment and the outcome, orthopaedic surgeons warn colleagues what to watch out for in the diagnosis of shoulder conditions, treating shoulder impingement, treating anterior shoulder instability, the diagnosis and management of posterior and multidirectional instability, treating shoulder pain in throwing athletes, rotator cuff surgery, managing proximal humerus fractures, acromioclavicular joint injuries, treating clavicle fractures, and shoulder arthroplasty.
Tendinitis, bursitis or acromioclavicular joint disease compromises the space and impinges the cuff.
TABLE 1 Patient characteristics Sedation GA Demographics Male/female, n 16/4 12/8 Age, y 48 [+ or -] 11 50 [+ or -] 13 Weight, kg 80 [+ or -] 15 83 [+ or -] 11 Type of surgery Arthroscopic decompression 6 4 with debridement of cuff/ acromioclavicular joint ASD with open mini-cuff repair 11 12 Arthroscopic reconstruction 2 3 (labral) Scope plus biceps tendonesis 1 1 P value * Demographics Male/female, n 0.
Wheeler is facing a lengthy lay-off after damaging the acromioclavicular joint in his shoulder while Wellens is definitely out of today's match after aggravating a heel injury.