By Peter Habermeyer, Petra Magosch, Sven Lichtenberg
This is the 1st unmarried reference of classifications and ratings of the shoulder. It provides a essentially based, well-defined compendium of classifications and rankings of the shoulder to be used in daily medical existence to enhance and simplify the conversation among physicians and physiotherapists. it's the first unmarried reference of classifications and ratings of the shoulder. The e-book is for orthopedic and trauma surgeons, radiologists, and physiotherapists.
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Segment 2. Isolate coracohumeral ligament tears are traumatic in nature and do not contribute to the pathology of the cuff. 18 5 Classifications of rotator cuff Fig. 7. Topography of tears in the sagittal plane. Location and extent of tears determine their division into six segments: anterosuperior lesions (segments 1±3), superior lesions (segments 2 and 3), posterosuperior lesions (segments 4 and 5), and total-cuff lesions (segment 6) Segment 3. Isolated supraspinatus tears include only the supraspinatus, but other segments can be involved simultaneously.
Because of an adequate blood supply, their prognosis is good. 3) The third type is the full-substance tear of the supraspinatus that measures less than 1 cm in diameter at the bony insertion and thus does not involve the entire width of the tendon. Group II: this group includes full-substance tears, which are usually limited to the supraspinatus. The sagittal diameter, measured at the bony insertion, is approximately 2 cm. The fascicles of the coracohumeral ligament inserting into the greater tuberosity are included in the tear.
Physiotherapy aiming to eliminate subacromial impingement usually results in satisfactory pain relief. Surgical repair, when indicated, is easily achieved either by suturing or by reattachment to bone. The necrotic tissue must be resected before repair. The following three types of lesions are recognized: 1) The most commonly observed lesion during surgery is the distally situated deep tear, characterized by a detachment at the fibrocartilaginous zone. Trauma preceded 62% of these lesions. When partial tears at the articular side occur at a certain distance from the bony insertion (at the critical zone), they can be diagnosed by arthrography.