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Anatomy and pathology of the rotator cuff

, : Anatomy and pathology of the rotator cuff. Der Orthopade 24(6): 468-474

In this contribution we stress the fact that not all rotator cuff tendinopathies are degenerative in nature. Moreover, we insist on a clear distinction between intrinsic and extrinsic tendinopathies. In a final note we point out that the impingement syndrome is not always due to a developmental or acquired spur of the anterior part of the acromion.


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