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Shoulder Tendinitis


Presentation

  • The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery. 44(3):494–570, APR 1962 PMID: 14036026 Issn Print: 0021-9355 Publication Date: 1962/04/01 Checking for direct PDF access through Ovid Abstract Subject to the limitations inherent in the small series of patients presented[insights.ovid.com]
  • The third theory involves ectopic bone formation from metaplasia of mesenchymal stem cells normally present in tendon tissue into osteogenic cells.[en.wikipedia.org]
Physician
  • Summary Québec physicians are responsible for assessing the health status of workers suffering from injuries which may have resulted from repetitive work.[irsst.qc.ca]
Disability
  • Because of the high percentage of excellent and good results, this operation is recommended for the treatment of a small, carefully selected group of patients with chronic disabling tendinitis of the shoulder which has not responded to conservative treatment[insights.ovid.com]

Treatment

  • Because of the high percentage of excellent and good results, this operation is recommended for the treatment of a small, carefully selected group of patients with chronic disabling tendinitis of the shoulder which has not responded to conservative treatment[insights.ovid.com]
  • Ultrasound is also useful to depict calcific deposits and closely correlates with the stage of disease. [3] Treatment [ edit ] Usually it improves without specific treatment. [4] Treatments of calcific tendinitis may include physiotherapy, nonsteroidal[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Continued What’s the Treatment? Many times, rotator cuff tendinitis can be treated at home if the injury was sudden. Treatments include: Over-the-counter medicine.[webmd.com]

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