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Rotator cuff tear athropathy prevalence.

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Summary of "Rotator cuff tear athropathy prevalence."

Glenohumeral arthritis secondary to massive rotator cuff tear presents with a superior displacement and femoralization of the humeral head with coracoacromial arch acetabularization. The purpose of this study was to establish prevalence of rotator cuff tear artropathy (CTA) at our institution.

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Name: Acta ortopedica mexicana
ISSN: 2306-4102
Pages: 228-232

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