What Is a Small Tear of the Interstitial Distal Supraspinatus Tendon?

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A small tear of the interstitial distal supraspinatus usually happens at the Distal end of the tendon. The superficial distal is attached nearer to the skin surface. The supraspinatus tendon is flat in appearance and about a quarter inch thick.
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