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Neurotropin protects rotator cuff tendon cells from lidocaine-induced cell death

Abe R, Ohzono H, Gotoh M, Nakamura Y, Honda H, Nakamura H, Kume S, Okawa T, Shiba N

Background: Local anesthetics often are used in rotator cuff tears as therapeutic tools, although some cases have reported that they have detrimental effects. Neurotropin (NTP) is used widely in Japan...
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Detection of Rotator Cuff Tears by Ultrasound: How Many Scans Do Novices Need to Be Competent?

Kim DM, Seo JS, Jeon IH, Cho C, Koh KH

Background: Ultrasound is commonly used for evaluating rotator cuff tears. However, little training in ultrasound imaging is provided during orthopedic residents’ training period. Therefore, we performed this study to determine...
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Partial-Thickness Tear of Supraspinatus and Infraspinatus Tendon Revisited: Based on MR Findings

Song S, Lee SK, Kim JY

The interpretation of MRI of partial-thickness rotator cuff tears can be challenging. This review describes the anatomic considerations for diagnosing partial-thickness tears, especially supraspinatus and infraspinatus tendon and summarizes the...
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Biological Enhancement of Healing with Kartogenin Injection at the Tendon-to-Bone Interface in a Rat Rotator Cuff Tear Model

Kim DH, Min SG, Kim HM, Choi JH, Lee HJ, Park KH, Yoon JP

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of kartogenin (KGN) on the tendon-bone interface in a rat rotator cuff tear model. Methods: Twenty male rats were divided...
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Clinical Outcome of Arthroscopic Partial Repair of Large to Massive Posterosuperior Rotator Cuff Tears: Medialization of the Attachment Site of the Rotator Cuff Tendon

Lee KW, Lee GS, Yang DS, Park SH, Chun YS, Choy WS

Background: The goal of this study was to evaluate the clinical and radiological outcomes of arthroscopic partial repair with medialization of the attachment site of the rotator cuff tendon and...
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Clinical results of conservative management in patients with full-thickness rotator cuff tear: a meta-analysis

Karasuyama M, Gotoh M, Tahara K, Kawakami J, Madokoro K, Nagamatsu T, Imai T, Harada N, Kudo Y, Shiba N

Background: Several systematic reviews have reported on the conservative treatment of full-thickness rotator cuff tears; however, clinical results of this treatment still remain determined. Methods: PubMed, Cochrane Library, PEDro, and...
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Elasticity of torn supraspinatus tendons measured by shear wave elastography: a potential surrogate marker of chronicity?

Yoo SJ, Lee S, Song Y, Kim CK, Lee BG, Bae J

Purpose: This study investigated whether shear wave elastography (SWE) could be used to estimate the chronicity of supraspinatus tendon (SST) tears. Methods: A retrospective study was performed. From November 2015 to...
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Early and Delayed Postoperative Rehabilitation after Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: A Comparative Study of Clinical Outcomes

Choi S, Seo KB, Shim S, Shin JY, Kang H

BACKGROUND: The duration of immobilization after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair and the optimal time to commence rehabilitation are still the subject of ongoing debates. This study was undertaken to evaluate...
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Difference of Critical Shoulder Angle (CSA) According to Minimal Rotation: Can Minimal Rotation of the Scapula Be Allowed in the Evaluation of CSA?

Kim JH, Gwak HC, Kim CW, Lee CR, Kwon YU, Seo HW

BACKGROUND: Minimal rotation of the scapula may affect the measurement of critical shoulder angle (CSA). We investigated the difference in the CSA measured in minimal rotation between the patients with...
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Relationship of Posterior Decentering of the Humeral Head with Tear Size and Fatty Degeneration in Rotator Cuff Tear

Kim JH, Seo HW

BACKGROUND: Posterior decentering is not an uncommon finding on rotator cuff tear patients' shoulder magnetic resonance imaging. No previous study has reported on the relationship between posterior decentering and rotator...
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Failure of Dermal Allograft Repair of Massive Rotator Cuff Tears in Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Clinical Assessment

Gouk CJ, Shulman RM, Buchan C, Thomas MJ, Taylor FJ

BACKGROUND: Massive retracted rotator cuff tears represent a therapeutic dilemma, particularly in the young and middle-aged patients who are not appropriate for a reverse total shoulder replacement. Interposition grafting using...
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Rationale for Small Glenoid Baseplate: Position of Central Cage within Glenoid Vault (Exactech® Equinoxe® Reverse System)

Oh JH, Lee S, Rhee SM, Jeong HJ, Yoo JC

BACKGROUND: Glenoid baseplate location is important to good clinical outcomes of reverse total shoulder arthroplasty (RTSA). The glenoid vault is the determining factor for glenoid baseplate location, but, to date,...
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Quantitative Measurement of Muscle Atrophy and Fat Infiltration of the Supraspinatus Muscle Using Ultrasonography After Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair

Kim YK, Choi ES, Kim KT, Yoon JR, Chae SH

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the utility of ultrasonography to objectively examine morphological changes (i.e., muscle atrophy and fatty infiltration) of the supraspinatus muscle. METHODS: Thirty-four patients were prospectively enrolled in this study....
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Cement Augmentation for Lateral Row Fixation in Rotator Cuff Repair: A Case Report

Kim JH, Koh KH

One of the most important factors leading to a successful healing of rotator cuff tear is good bone quality to secure the suture anchor in the bone for a stable...
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