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Shoulder Conditions and Injuries
Shoulder Injuries and Pathologies
With the term Slap Lesion it is usually understood the anatomic condition of a lesion of the anteriorsuperior part of the glenoid labrum associated with the detachment of the tendon of the long head of biceps.
Rotator cuff rupture
Ruptures of the rotator cuff may be partial or complete and they are always more frequent. In 90% of cases, these injuries are degenerative, while only 10% of them derive from a trauma.
The adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder is an entity characterised by an a-specific inflammation of the joint capsule of the shoulder.
The rupture of the long head of the biceps often involves its proximal portion.
Dislocation of the clavicle (acromioclavicular joint)
This injury consists in the complete or incomplete rupture of ligaments that keep the opposite ends of acromion and clavicle joined.
The clavicular fractures are among the most common causes of bony lesions.
The shoulder is the most mobile joint of the body. This characteristic, however, makes it also the most unstable joint of the human organism and this is why it is often object of dislocations.
Impingement (subacromial impingement syndrome)
Every time the upper arm is lifted overhead, a narrowing of the space between the humeral head and acromion occurs.
The shoulder joint comprises of three bones: the humerus (upper arm bone), the clavicle (collar bone), and the scapula (shoulder blade).
Thoracic outlet syndrome
The term “thoracic outlet syndrome” involves a series of usually bilateral symptoms determined by the compression of nervous and/or vascular structures by bony muscular ones.
Proximal humerus fracture
Proximal humerus fractures usually verify at the level of the surgical neck of humerus.