subacromial


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Related to subacromial: Subacromial bursitis
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sub·a·cro·mi·al

a. subacromial, rel. al acromión o localizado debajo de éste.

subacromial

adj subacromial
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2 Major pathological conditions affecting the rotator cuff are tendinopathy, subacromial impingement syndrome, partial or complete tears of the tendon, and acute or chronic bursitis.
Eligible patients had subacromial pain for at least 3 months, with intact rotator cuff tendons, and had completed conservative management including exercise therapy and at least one steroid injection.
Hie combined dynamic and static contributions to subacromial impingement.
The shoulder: rupture of the supraspinatus tendon & other lesions or about the subacromial bursa.
Subjects that met the inclusion criteria for subacromial pain syndrome were recruited from the physical therapy clinic.
The patient was indicated for surgical intervention and underwent an arthroscopic debridement of his partial thickness (Ellman grade 1A) supraspinatus tear, subacromial decompression, biceps tenotomy, and open distal clavicle excision.
Visual scapular dyskinesis: kinematics and muscle activity alterations in patients with subacromial impingement syndrome.
A TMR, a tendinite da longa porcao do biceps braquial (TLPBB) e a bursite subacromial constituem as principais causas de dor referida ao ombro (13,14), a qual esta associada a diminuicao do estado de saude e da qualidade de vida, sendo desejavel o desenvolvimento de medidas para a sua prevencao primaria ou secundaria (15).
Several studies have demonstrated that high energy ESWT protocols applied to calcific tendenitis of the rotator calf led to improvement of the muscle function and shrinkage of the subacromial bursa and thus improved the clinical picture of the involved shoulder.
Shoulder: Compressive cryotherapy versus ice--a prospective, randomized study on postoperative pain in patients undergoing arthroscopic rotator cuff repair or subacromial decompression.