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Predicting the surgical reparability of large-to-massive rotator cuff tears by B-mode ultrasonography: a cross-sectional study

Chen PC, Wu KT, Chen YC, Huang YC, Chang CD, Lin WC, Chou WY

Purpose: This study aimed to compare the ability of B-mode ultrasonography and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to predict the repairability of large-to-massive rotator cuff tears (RCTs). Methods: This cross-sectional study included...
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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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Clinical Outcomes after Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty According to Primary Diagnosis

Kim JY, Rhee YG, Rhee SM

Background: To compare the clinical outcomes of reverse total shoulder arthroplasty (RTSA) according to the primary diagnosis. Methods: In 98 shoulders (97 patients), RTSA was performed for cuff tear arthropathy (45),...
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The effect of postoperatively applied far-infrared radiation on pain and tendon-to-bone healing after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair: a clinical prospective randomized comparative study

Yoon JY, Park JH, Lee KJ, Kim HS, Rhee SM, Oh JH

Background: The effects of far-infrared radiation (FIR) on the treatment of rotator cuff diseases remains unknown. We evaluated the safety and efficacy of FIR after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair with...
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Relationship of the Shape of Subacromial Spur and Rotator Cuff Partial Thickness Tear

Kim YK, Jung KH, Kang SW, Hong JH, Choi KY, Choi JU

BACKGROUND: The present study was undertaken to evaluate the relationship between location of the rotator cuff tear and shape of the subacromial spur. METHODS: Totally, 80 consecutive patients who underwent arthroscopic...
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Current Concepts and Recent Trends in Arthroscopic Treatment of Large to Massive Rotator Cuff Tears: A Review

Rho JY, Kwon YS, Choi S

Rotator cuff tear is a common cause of shoulder pain and disability in adults. Due to the various nature of progression of rotator cuff tears and the complex biomechanics of...
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Comparison of Clinical and Anatomical Outcomes between Delaminated Rotator Cuff Tear and Single Layer Rotator Cuff Tear

Park JW, Moon SH, Lee JH

BACKGROUND: Delaminated rotator cuff tear is known to be a degenerative tear having a negative prognostic effect. This study undertook to compare the anatomical and clinical outcomes of delaminated tears...
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Another Assessment of Fat Degeneration of Retracted Supraspinatus Muscle

Jeong YS, Yum JK, Park SY

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to assess the relevance of preoperative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) evaluation by occupation ratio (OR) at maximum diameter of supraspinatus muscle. METHODS: Patients from...
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Normal Range of Humeral Head Positioning on the Glenoid on Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Validation through Comparison of Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Kim JH, Min YK

BACKGROUND: To determine the normal range of humeral head positioning on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). METHODS: We selected normal subjects (64 patients; group A) to study the normal range of humeral...
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Acute Rotator Cuff Tears due to Low Voltage Electrical Injury: A Case Report

Yoo JH, Rhee SM, Shim HY, Lee JS

Since shoulder have a higher proportion of muscle which would have low electrical resistance, there could be more electrical damage to the rotator cuff muscles. We present a patient with...
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Comparison of Two Arthroscopic Coracoplasty Approaches in Subscapularis Tears

Song HE, Jang SH, Kim JG

BACKGROUND: Few studies have reported the results of arthroscopic coracoplasty concomitantly conducted with subscapularis tear. Therefore, this study was conducted to examine and compare the outcomes of arthroscopic subscapularis repair...
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Effectiveness of the Anti-adhesive Agent Protescal after Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair: A Retrospective Study

Chung PK, Yoo JC, Jeong JY

BACKGROUND: Many hyaluronic acid (HA)-based anti-adhesive agents have been commercialized for clinical use in the pharmaceutical market. But their efficacy in arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs remains elusive. To determine their...
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Current Concepts of Arthroplasty for the Treatment of Massive Rotator Cuff Tears

Oh JH, Choi JH

The purpose of this article was to explore current concepts of arthroplasty as a treatment for massive rotator cuff tears. Pubmed was searched using the words 'massive rotator cuff tears'...
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Variant insertion of the teres major muscle

Iamsaard S, Thunyaharn N, Chaisiwamongkol K, Boonruangsri P, Uabundit N, Hipkaeo W

The teres major (TerMa) muscle has a clinical significance for tendon transfer procedures in patients with massive rotator cuff tears. Individually, it originates from the dorsum of the inferior angle...
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