S8| Volume 24, SUPPLEMENT 1, S2, November 2021

Glenoid Labral Tears are associated with Increased Neurofilament Innervation

      Background: Pain is a common presentation following glenohumeral labral injuries. However, the source of that pain is undetermined. We aimed to determine if there is a differential expression of nerve fibres around the glenoid labrum and if torn labra have increased neuronal expression compared to untorn labra.
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