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Calcific tendinitis of the shoulder in the Korean population: demographics and its relation with coexisting rotator cuff tear

Yoo YS, Park JY, Kim Ms, Cho NS, Lee YB, Cho SH, Park KJ, Cho CH, Lee BG, Shin DJ, Kim HH, Lim TK

Background: To evaluate the demographics, clinical and radiographic features of calcific tendinitis of the shoulder in the Korean population, specifically focusing on the incidence of coexisting rotator cuff tear. Methods: Between...
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Diagnosis and treatment of calcific tendinitis of the shoulder

Kim MS, Kim IW, Lee S, Shin SJ

Calcific tendinitis is the leading cause of shoulder pain. Among patients with calcific tendinitis, 2.7%–20% are asymptomatic, and 35%–45% of patients whose calcific deposits are inadvertently discovered develop shoulder pain....
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Isolated calcific tendinitis at the posterosuperior labrum: a rare case study

Suh DH, Ji JH, Kim CY

Calcific tendinitis of the shoulder joint, also known as chemical furuncle of the shoulder, causes intense shoulder pain and usually occurs within 1–2 cm from the insertion of the rotator...
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Treatment of Calcific Tendinitis around the Elbow

Kim GM, Kim TS, Seo KB, Baek SW

Purpose: This study was performed to evaluate surgical outcomes in calcific tendinitis around the elbow due to persistent pain despite conservative treatment. Methods: The study retrospectively reviewed seven consecutive patients who...
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Functional Recovery of the Shoulder after Arthroscopic Treatment for Chronic Calcific Tendinitis

Lee TK, Shin SJ

BACKGROUND: We investigated the resolution of pain and functional recovery of shoulder after arthroscopic removal of calcific deposits in patients with chronic calcific tendinitis. METHODS: We enrolled 39 patients who were...
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Clinical and Imaging Features of Longus Colli Calcific Tendinitis: An Analysis of Ten Cases

Suh B, Eoh J, Shin J

BACKGROUND: Longus colli calcific tendinitis (LCCT) exhibits characteristic clinical features; thus, misidentification can be avoided once it is learned. There is a lack of reports on this disease. In this...
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Needling Procedures for Calcific Tendinitis Performed by Orthopedic Surgeons

Pang CH, Kum DH, Jeong JY, Park SM, Yoo JC

BACKGROUND: Common and effective treatments for calcific tendinitis involve needling procedures. However, it has been widespread practice to refer patients with calcific tendinitis, which is a predominantly orthopedic condition, to...
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Isolated Ruptures of the Infraspinatus: Clinical Characteristics and Outcomes

Lee KY, Kim SH, Oh JH

BACKGROUND: Isolated infraspinatus tear is very rare and clinical features are not as well known, therefore the purpose of this study was to evaluate clinical characteristics and outcomes of isolated...
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Isolated Infraspinatus Tear and Suprascapular Nerve Neuropathy after Barbotage and Steroid Injection of Calcific Tendinitis

Bang JY

Isolated rupture of infraspinatus after barbotage for calcific tendinitis has not been reported in the literature. We report on a case of isolated infraspinatus rupture and suprascapular nerve neuropathy after...
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Atypically Large Calcific Tendinitis of the Shoulder: A Case Report

Kim JW, Moon KP, Kim KT, Hwang YS, Park WS

Calcific tendinitis of the shoulder joint is common disease causing acute pain, mainly involving the supraspinatus or infraspinatus muscle, and less frequently the teres minor or subscapularis muscle. This study...
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Misconceived Retropharyngeal Calcific Tendinitis during Management of Myofascial Neck Pain Syndrome

Oh JY, Lim JH, Kim YS, Kwon YE, Yu JY, Lee JH

Differential diagnosis of posterior neck pain is very challenging based on symptoms and physical examination only. Retropharyngeal calcific tendinitis is a rare and frequently misdiagnosed entity in various causes of...
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Characterizing the Progression of Varying Types of Calcific Tendinitis around Hip

Yi SR, Lee MH, Yang BK, Ahn YJ, Kwon J, Im SH, Lee YH

PURPOSE: To assess the progression of clinical symptoms and disease course of calcific tendinitis in the hip region according to types of calcification. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Among patients with the hip...
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The Effect of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy for Calcific Tendinitis of the Shoulder

Lee YT, Park JY, Soung SH, Park SH

To evaluate the functional and radiologic outcomes of extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) in shoulders with chronic calcific tendinitis. We report a retrospective study to compare the outcome after ESWT...
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Successful Treatment of Rectus Femoris Calcification with Ultrasound-guided Injection: A Case Report

Hong MJ, Kim YD, Park JK, Kang TU

Painful periarticular calcification most commonly occurs within the rotator cuff of the shoulder and rarely around the elbow, hip, foot, and neck. As acute inflammatory reaction develops, severe pain, exquisite...
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Complete Resolution of a Case of Calcific Tendinitis of the Longus Colli with Conservative Treatment

Tezuka F, Sakai T, Miyagi R, Takata Y, Higashino , Katoh S, Sairyo K, Yasui N

Acute calcific tendinitis of the longuscolli is a self-limiting inflammatory condition caused by calcium hydroxyapatite deposition in the longuscolli tendon. Although several case reports have described its radiological presentation, few...
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Arthroscopic Treatment of Calcific Tendinitis of Subscapularis Tendon: A Case Report

Yi WJ, Lee KH, Jang WH

  • KMID: 2128869
  • J Korean Arthrosc Soc.
  • 2013 Feb;17(1):56-60.
Calcific tendinitis of rotator cuff is a common disease which could be the cause of shoulder pain, and frequently occurs in supraspinatus, infraspinatus and teres minor in descending order. Calcific...
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Acute Calcific Tendinitis of the Abductor Pollicis Brevis in the Hand

Moon GH, Kim KC, Yi JM

Acute calcific tendinitis in the hand is a very rare disease. We experienced two cases of acute calcific tendinitis of the abductor pollicis brevis in the hand. Both of the...
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Calcific Tendinitis of Peroneus Longus Tendon (A Case Report)

Kim HN, Jeon JY, Park YW

  • KMID: 2181701
  • J Korean Foot Ankle Soc.
  • 2012 Sep;16(3):193-196.
Calcific tendinitis usually occurs in the supraspinatus tendon of the shoulder. Calcific tendinitis of the peroneus longus tendon has not been reported on the Korean journals. Differential diagnosis includes bipartitis...
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Calcific Tendinitis of Shoulder Associated with Intraosseous Involvement: A Case Report

Ku JH, Cho HL, Park MJ, Kim JC

  • KMID: 2407227
  • Clin Should Elbow.
  • 2011 Dec;14(2):242-247.
PURPOSE: We present an atypical case of calcific tendinitis of the shoulder with intraosseous loculation. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A 59 year-old female complained of acute exacerbation of chronic left shoulder pain...
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The Effect of Conservative Treatment for the Calcific Tendinitis on Gluteus Medius Tendon

Yim SJ, Jang MS, Lee SH, Lee SH, Kang HK

Calcific tendinitis on gluteus medius tendon of the amateur athletes were reviewed, and a study on the therapeutic effect of conservative treatment methods. From January 2003 to December 2010, among...
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