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labrum

[′lā·brəm]
(invertebrate zoology)
The upper lip of certain arthropods, lying in front of or above the mandibles.
The outer edge of a gastropod shell.
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The US & European Should Labrum Repair market consists of suture anchors of all materials including polylactic acid (PLA) resorbables, biocomposites, polyetheretherketone (PEEK), metal, all-sutures and PEEK CF.
The labrum is a triangular fibrocartilagenous tissue that increases the depth of the glenoid cavity while facilitating compression.
Injuries to the glenoid labrum are common in both the general and sporting population and are divided into superior labrum anterior to posterior (SLAP) lesions or non-SLAP lesions.
We are suspecting a labrum tear due to the trauma caused to his shoulder joint.
Head of art Emma Evans (back) admires the sofa painted by A-level art pupil Abbie Labrum (right).
Freshman offensive tackle Martin Coleman also underwent surgery on his shoulder for a torn labrum and will sit out the season.
When I took out membership I assumed it was for seven days a week but then I found out the facilities were closed to me on Wednesdays," said Mr Labrum, of York Road, Prestbury, near Cheltenham.
LONDON -- Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) Taxand UK, the independent tax advisory firm, announces today that it has strengthened its senior team with the appointment of managing director Stephen Labrum in London.
The orthopedic soft tissue market consists of fixation devices for rotator cuff, shoulder labrum, ACL/PCL and meniscal repair, graft options for tendons and cartilage along with devices for hip arthroscopy.
The hits keep coming for Lakers forward Lamar Odom, who underwent an MRI exam Saturday that revealed he suffered a torn labrum in his left shoulder late in Friday night's loss to the Sacramento Kings.
One example of a normal anatomic variation is the sublabral foramen, which represents an unattached anterosuperior labrum.
LEAMINGTON law-yer John Labrum has retired after 38 years with a local firm.