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Sublabral foramen

A sublabral foramen or hole, is a labral variant which can be confused with a SLAP lesionIt is located anterosuperiorly and is simply separation of the labrum from the underlying glenoid.

Unlike a SLAP lesion (and enabling distinction between the two) it does NOT extend posteriorly past the insertion of the long head of biceps tendon. It is of no clinical significance.

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