Supraspinatus Tendon Full Thickness Tear?

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The supraspinatus is the most common tendon. A full thickness tear of the supraspinatus is a potentially serious problem, and can result in excruciating pain.
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The supraspinatus tendon is one of the four tendons that are part of the rotator cuff. A full-thickness tear of this tendon means that it was fully torn through, rather than just a partial tear. This is very serious damage, and sometime requires surgery.
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The supraspinatous is one of the 4 tendons that form the rotator cuff of the shoulder. Full-thickness means the tear is completely through the supraspinatous tendon. If not full-thickness
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The Supraspinatus muscle is one of the muscles that make up the rotator cuff Muscle(s) in your shoulder, distal means the most furtherest end, muscle turns into tendon and the tendon
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The supraspinatus (plural supraspinati, from Latin
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Since Jobe and Moynes reported that the supraspinatus was best tested with the empty can position of 90 degrees abduction in the scapular plane (scaption) coupled with internal rotation
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The supraspinatous is one of the 4 tendons that form the rotator cuff of the shoulder. Full-thickness means the tear is completely through thesupraspinatoustendon ...
The supraspinatous is one of the 4 tendons that form the rotator cuff of the shoulder. Full-thickness means the tear is completely through thesupraspinatoustendon ...
The suspraspinatus tendon is located in the rotator cuff portion of the shoulder. A partial tear often heals on its own with the use of a sling and anti-inflammatory ...
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