Man suffers from glenoid labrum tear

6 Signs You May Have A Glenoid Labrum Tear in the Shoulder

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The glenoid labrum is part of the cartilage of the shoulder joint. The glenoid fossa—the socket into which the head of the upper arm bone fits—is rather shallow, and the glenoid labrum acts as a sort of extension of the socket. It extends beyond the bony aspects of the socket and forms a cartilaginous “rim” that helps hold the head of the humerus in place and stabilize the joint. Symptoms…