Minimal Clinically Important Differences in ASES and Simple Shoulder Test Scores After Nonoperative Treatment of Rotator Cuff Disease
- Online Quiz Questions. // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;8/28/2013, Vol. 310 Issue 8, p850
A quiz about the possibility of rotator cuff disease in a patient with shoulder pain.
- Arthroscopic management of calcific tendinitis of the subscapularis tendon. Franceschi, Francesco; Longo, Umile; Ruzzini, Laura; Rizzello, Giacomo; Denaro, Vincenzo // Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy;Dec2007, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p1482
Calcific tendinitis is a common disorder of the rotator cuff. Conservative treatment is frequently successful. For the patients remaining symptomatic after conservative treatment, excision of the calcium deposits offers a generally reliable pain relief. While calcific tendinitis is seen commonly...
- Abstracts of recent literature. Edelstein, Joan; Schein, Jerome D. // Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development;Aug94, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p259
Provides an abstract of the paper `Rotator Cuff Disease: A Review of Diagnosis Pathopathology, and Current Trends in Treatment,' by B.G. Frieman, T.J. Albert and J.M. Fenlin.
- Rotator cuff disorders. Rodgers, Jeffrey A.; Crosby, Lynn A. // American Family Physician;7/1/1996, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p127
Reports on the diseases afflicting the rotator cuff of the shoulder joint. Functional anatomy; Etiology and pathogenesis; Medical history; Physical examination; Diagnostic imaging; Treatment.
- Rotator cuff test. P.G.O'C. // Cortlandt Forum;06/25/97, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p134
Offers a suggestion on testing for rotator cuff tendinitis. Treatment for pain.
- Shoulder disorders -- part 1. // GP: General Practitioner;1/6/2003, p45
Focuses on various shoulder disorders and their possible treatment. Causes of shoulder pain; Use of magnetic resonance imaging scan to investigate shoulder injury; Kinds of pain encountered by a patient suffering from frozen shoulder; Description of the treatment for rotator cuff disease.
- Factors associated with thoracic spinal cord injury, lesion level and rotator cuff disorders. Sinnott, K A; Milburn, P; McNaughton, H // Spinal Cord;Dec2000, Vol. 38 Issue 12, p748
BACKGROUND:&EMSP;:The study was concerned with the secondary functional compromise persons with long-term paraplegia contend with, that has been shown to be associated with wheelchair use. Of particular interest was the relationship between the level of thoracic spinal cord injury (SCI) and...
- Abstracts. Klein, Aimee B. // Physical Therapy;May1995, Vol. 75 Issue 5, p447
Presents a summary of the article `An Analysis of Rotator Cuff Repair,' by W.A. Grana, B. Teague et al, from `The American Journal of Sports Medicine.'
- The Results of Repair of Massive Tears of the Rotator Cuff. Gerber, Christian; Fuchs, Bruno; Hodler, Juerg // Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Apr2000, Vol. 82-A Issue 4, p505
Background: Massive tears of the tendons of the rotator cuff cause atrophy and fatty degeneration of the rotator cuff muscles and painful loss of function of the shoulder. Repair of massive rotator cuff tears is often followed by retears of the tendons, additional muscular degeneration, and a...