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"Shoulder dislocations rehabilitation'

Axel Gamulin, Gianpaolo Pizzolato, Richard Stern, Pierre Hoffmeyer
Recurrent traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation results in soft tissues lesions around the glenohumeral joint. The subscapularis muscle is a major active stabilizer of the shoulder and the hypothesis of the current study is that one would expect pathologic changes within its substance secondary to the trauma. A histomorphometric study of the subscapularis muscle was done of 52 patients operated on for recurrent traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation. At the time of surgery biopsy specimens were taken of the subscapularis muscle and the ipsilateral deltoid muscle as a comparison and to see if any changes were present...
May 2002: Clinical Orthopaedics and related Research
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