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Effect of tear size, corticosteroids and subacromial decompression surgery on the hierarchical structural properties of torn supraspinatus tendons.

Tilley JM, Murphy RJ, Chaudhury S, Czernuszka JT, Carr AJ - Bone Joint Res (2014)

Bottom Line: The effects of disease progression and common tendinopathy treatments on the tissue characteristics of human rotator cuff tendons have not previously been evaluated in detail owing to a lack of suitable sampling techniques.Further work is required to establish the long-term abilities of SCI and SAD to prevent, and even reverse, such degeneration.Cite this article: Bone Joint Res 2014;3:252-61.

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Affiliation: University of Oxford, Department of Materials, Oxford OX1 3PH, UK.

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Crimp length measurements for differenttear size groups compared with supra(spinatus) (young) and subscap(ularis)(old) control groups. Significant differences exist between thetwo control groups, and between small, large and massive tear groups comparedwith the supraspinatus control group.
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f6: Crimp length measurements for differenttear size groups compared with supra(spinatus) (young) and subscap(ularis)(old) control groups. Significant differences exist between thetwo control groups, and between small, large and massive tear groups comparedwith the supraspinatus control group.


Effect of tear size, corticosteroids and subacromial decompression surgery on the hierarchical structural properties of torn supraspinatus tendons.

Tilley JM, Murphy RJ, Chaudhury S, Czernuszka JT, Carr AJ - Bone Joint Res (2014)

Crimp length measurements for differenttear size groups compared with supra(spinatus) (young) and subscap(ularis)(old) control groups. Significant differences exist between thetwo control groups, and between small, large and massive tear groups comparedwith the supraspinatus control group.
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f6: Crimp length measurements for differenttear size groups compared with supra(spinatus) (young) and subscap(ularis)(old) control groups. Significant differences exist between thetwo control groups, and between small, large and massive tear groups comparedwith the supraspinatus control group.
Bottom Line: The effects of disease progression and common tendinopathy treatments on the tissue characteristics of human rotator cuff tendons have not previously been evaluated in detail owing to a lack of suitable sampling techniques.Further work is required to establish the long-term abilities of SCI and SAD to prevent, and even reverse, such degeneration.Cite this article: Bone Joint Res 2014;3:252-61.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: University of Oxford, Department of Materials, Oxford OX1 3PH, UK.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus