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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This may be the direct result of decreasing compression to the subacromial bursa that was found to be inflamed via MRA, or perhaps an analgesic response to stretching hypertonic musculature such as the right trapezius.
The effusion appears in at least one of the following areas: The bicep tendon sheath, the coracoid bursa, the subacromial bursa, and the postlabrum; and (b) the entire supraspinatus tendons are thinner (the maximal thickness is <4 mm) and no visible tears are present.{Figure 1}
The PET was consistent with multiple metastases to the subacromial region and axillary lymph nodes.
Pathology of the rotator cuff and subacromial bursa are considered to be the principal causes of pain and symptoms arising from the shoulder.
This patient presented with weakness and atrophy of the shoulder muscles, recurrent pain, and limited range of motion in the right shoulder at the age of 50 due to a rupture of the rotator cuff, tendinosis calcarea, and subacromial impingement.
A total of 240 patients were enrolled in this study, with a study group of 120 patients diagnosed with AC and a control group of 120 patients diagnosed with primary subacromial impingement syndrome (SIS).
A la inversa, la elevacion del brazo en supinacion aleja al tuberculo mayor y al supra-espinoso del arco acromial, disminuyendo asi el fenomeno de pinzamiento subacromial (1,6,7).
Shoulder mechanical impingement can be differentiated into subacromial and internal impingement [17-22].
Aside from acute injuries like rotator cuff tears and shoulder dislocations, the most common cause of shoulder pain is thought to be subacromial impingement syndrome.
(19) An "extrinsic" cause was first suggested in 1972, when Neer proposed that RC tears were secondary to subacromial impingement and, therefore, best treated with anterior acromioplasty.
The shoulder complex comprises the glenohumeral, acromiaclavicular, sternoclavicular, scapulothoracic joints and the subacromial space.
Factors that promote extravasation include higher irrigation pressure, longer duration, obesity and arthroscopy within the subacromial space (2,4).