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Serial Changes of Fatty Degeneration and Clinical Outcomes after Repair of Medium-Sized Rotator Cuff Tears

Kim JH, Min YK, Jang YC, Seo WS

Background: This study was designed to longitudinally analyze quantitative intramuscular and perimuscular fat and evaluate clinical outcomes according to healing degree after rotator cuff repair. Methods: From June 2013 through October...
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Preoperative Shoulder MRI Findings to Predict Subscapularis Tendon Tear Requiring Surgical Repair

Jung Jh, Jo YH, Kim YJ, Lee S, Ryu J

Purpose This study aimed to investigate which indirect parameters on preoperative MRI were the principal predictors of subscapularis tendon tears (STTs) requiring surgical repair. Materials and Methods Preoperative MRI scans of 86 patients...
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A Comparison of Clinical Outcome and Structural Integrity of Bursal Side Partial Thickness Rotator Cuff Tear after Arthroscopic in situ Repair: Retracted versus Non Retracted

Cheon SJ, Moon KP, Kang JH, Seo HE

Purpose: Patients with bursal side partial thickness rotator cuff tears (PTRCTs) were divided into a retracted group and a non-retracted group. The clinical and structural outcomes after arthroscopic in situ...
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Superior capsular reconstruction for irreparable rotator cuff tear: a review of current methods

Chung SW, Kim DH, Lee HJ, Hong WK, Chung SH, Yoon JP

Irreparable massive rotator cuff tears can significantly impact daily life; and these types of tears can be difficult to repair completely, especially in younger patients who are more active and...
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Current Research on the Influence of Statin Treatment on Rotator Cuff Healing

Yoon JP, Park SJ, Kim DH, Shim BJ, Chung SW

Rotator cuff tears are a condition characterized by damage to the muscles and tendons that connect the scapula and humerus, which are responsible for shoulder rotation and arm lifting. Metabolic...
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Radiologic and clinical outcomes of an arthroscopic bridging graft for irreparable rotator cuff tears with a modified MasonAllen stitch using a plantaris tendon autograft: a case series with minimum 2-year outcomes

Seok HG, Park SG

Background: Surgical management of a massive rotator cuff tear (RCT) is always challenging. This study describes the clinical and radiological outcomes of patients who underwent bridging grafts using a plantaris...
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InSpace Balloon for the Management of Massive Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tears: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Daher M, Pearl A, Zalaquett Z, Elhassan BT, Abboud JA, Fares MY, Saleh KJ

Background: The best course of action for massive irreparable rotator cuff tears (MIRCTs) is not universally agreed upon. Numerous surgical techniques have been discussed. The implantation of a biodegradable spacer...
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Far-Infrared Radiation to Improve Clinical Outcomes after Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: A Prospective Randomized Comparative Clinical Study

Park JH, Yoon JY, Jeong MG, Jeong HJ, Oh JH

Background: The efficacy of far-infrared radiation (FIR) after rotator cuff repair has not been demonstrated yet. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of postoperatively applied FIR...
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Evaluation of Isometric Shoulder Muscle Contraction during Awakening after Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair

Lee SH, Lee JW, Lee DH, Chung SW, Lee JS, Kim HT, Oh KS

Purpose: Most rotator cuff repairs are performed under general anesthesia, and the shoulder muscles undergo exertion during the patient’s awakening. These may lead to subsequent retear. The purpose of this...
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Rotator cuff degeneration and healing after rotator cuff repair

Gumina S, Kim H, Jung Y, Song HS

Rotator cuff tear is a common shoulder injury that compromises both function and quality of life. Despite the prevalence of the injury and advancements in repair techniques, a significant percentage...
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Arthroscopic transosseous anchorless rotator cuff repair reduces bone defects related to peri-implant cyst formation: a comparison with conventional suture anchors using propensity score matching

Jeong HJ, Lee JS, Kim YK, Rhee SM, Oh JH

Background: The transosseous anchorless repair (ToR) technique was recently introduced to avoid suture anchor-related problems. While favorable outcomes of the ToR technique have been reported, no previous studies on peri-implant...
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Does physiotherapy after rotator cuff repair require supervision by a physical therapist?: a meta-analysis

Karasuyama M, Gotoh M, Oike T, Nishie K, Shibuya M, Nakamura H, Ohzono H, Kawakami J

Background: A supervised physiotherapy program (SPP) is a standard regimen after surgical rotator cuff repair (RCR); however, the effect of a home-based exercise program (HEP), as an alternative, on postoperative...
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Transient postoperative inferior subluxation of the shoulder after surgical stabilization of recurrent anterior dislocation in a patient with myasthenia gravis: a case report

Baek S, Lee GH, Shin MH, Kim TM, Oh KS, Chung SW

The authors present a case of transient postoperative inferior subluxation of the shoulder after arthroscopic surgical stabilization for recurrent anterior dislocation. The patient was a 61-year-old woman with myasthenia gravis...
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Ultrasound Images after Rotator Cuff Surgery: Usefulness of Postoperative Follow-Up

Kim S, Kim YS

Rotator cuff surgeries are steadily increasing yearly, and the opportunity to undertake ultrasound examinations for patients is also increasing. In addition, as the diversified methods for rotator cuff surgery are...
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Do Magnets Have the Potential to Serve as a Stabilizer for the Shoulder Joint in Massive Rotator Cuff Tears?: A Biomechanical Cadaveric Study

Jeon YS, Ko SH, Jeon YM, Ryu DJ, Kim JS, Park HS, Chung MS, Kwak D, McGarry MH, Lee TQ

Background: Disruption of the rotator cuff muscles compromises concavity compression force, which leads to superior migration of the humeral head and loss of stability. A novel idea of using the...
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An objective assessment of the impact of tendon retraction on sleep efficiency in patients with full-thickness rotator cuff tears: a prospective cohort study

MacConnell AE, Davis W, Burr R, Schneider A, Dugas LR, Joyce C, Salazar DH, Garbis NG

Background: Sleep quality, quantity, and efficiency have all been demonstrated to be adversely affected by rotator cuff pathology. Previous measures of assessing the impact of rotator cuff pathology on sleep...
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Effect of suprascapular nerve injury on muscle and regenerated enthesis in a rat rotator cuff tear model

Eshima K, Ohzono H, Gotoh M, Shimokobe H, Tanaka K, Nakamura H, Kanazawa T, Okawa T, Shiba N

Background: Massive rotator cuff tears (RCTs) are complicated by muscle atrophy, fibrosis, and intramuscular fatty degeneration, which are associated with postoperative tendon-to-bone healing failure and poor clinical outcomes. We evaluated...
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Golf participation after rotator cuff repair: functional outcomes, rate of return and factors associated with return to play

Williamson TR, Robinson PG, Murray IR, Murray AD, McBirnie JM, Robinson CM, MacDonald DJ, Clement ND

Background: Golf is a popular sport involving overhead activity and engagement of the rotator cuff (RC). This study aimed to determine to what level golfers were able to return to...
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Effect of Patient’s Positioning on the Grade of Tendinosis and Visible Range of Infraspinatus Tendon on Ultrasound

Chai JW, Lee Jh, Kim DH, Park J, Oh SH, Shin SM

Purpose To investigate the effect of patient positioning on tendinosis grade, visible range, and infraspinatus tendon (IST) thickness, and to determine the feasibility of internal rotation (IR) position to assess...
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Treatment of the Septic Arthritis in Shoulder Joint after Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair

Choi CH, Kim JY

As arthroscopic rotator cuff repair (ARCR) increases, septic arthritis in the shoulder joint increases proportionally. In particular, elderly patients may be at increased risk of potential infection if they have...
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