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The American journal of sports medicine
... clinical outcome even in patients with these tears who have intact tendons after arthroscopic rotator cuff repair (ARCR).To evaluate the effect of fatty infiltration on the clinical outcome in patients ... study; Level of evidence, 3.One hundred fifty-five consecutive patients with large/massive rotator cuff tears underwent ARCR.
Muscle Weakness (1), more mentions
Knee surgery, sports traumatology, arthroscopy : official journal of the ESSKA 
AbstractText: Rotator cuff tears are a significant clinical problem, with exercise therapy being a common treatment option for patients... Keyword: Rotator cuff tear. Keyword: Shoulder.
Joint Instability (1), more mentions
Ultrasound international open 
Shoulder pathologies of the rotator cuff of the shoulder are common in clinical practice. The focus of this pictorial essay is to discuss the anatomical details of the rotator interval of the shoulder, correlate the anatomy with normal ultrasound images and present selected pathologies. We focus on the imaging of the rotator interval that is actually the anterosuperior aspect of the glenohumeral joint capsule that is reinforced externally by the coracohumeral ligament, internally by the superior glenohumeral ligament and capsular fibers which blend together and insert medially and laterally to the bicipital groove. In this article we demonstrate the capability of high-resolution musculoskeletal ultrasound to visualize the detailed anatomy of the rotator interval. MSUS has a higher spatial resolution than other imaging techniques and the ability to examine these structures dynamically and to utilize the probe for precise anatomic localization of the patient's pain by sono-palpation.