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2014-03-06

AUTHORS

S. Studier-Fischer, P.A. Grützner

ABSTRACT

DiagnosisIf a patient has persistent symptoms in the shoulder after an injury, the past medical history must be investigated. Findings of the contralateral side, the neck, and adjacent joints must be documented. The circumstances of the injury itself are elementary for appraisal. It is mandatory to question whether the injury is the result of an accident or of a voluntary motion. The direction of force and findings of a former luxation must be reported in the primary protocol (accident insurance consultant’s report). Additional tests should be initiated economically and repeated if necessary. The diagnosis should be completed within a time period of 4 weeks.TherapyIf necessary, appropriate therapy should be started. The literature review does not show a clear superiority of the arthroscopic vs. mini-open approach. Causal relationship assessmentIt is difficult to appraise the causal relationship between injury and medical findings if the diagnostic process is not completed promptly. The expert option is based on the four pillars: medical history, course of events, direct ramifications of the injury in its historical sequel, and proven pathomorphological findings. More... »

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38-45

References to SciGraph publications

  • 2000-05. Empfehlungen zu Diagnostik und Begutachtung der traumatischen Rotatorenmanschettenläsion in DER UNFALLCHIRURG
  • 2008-04-17. Zusammenhangstrennung der Rotatorenmanschette in TRAUMA UND BERUFSKRANKHEIT
  • 2011-02-09. Arthroskopische Rotatorenmanschettennaht in OBERE EXTREMITÄT
  • 2007-11-29. Begutachtung der Rotatorenmanschettenläsionen in TRAUMA UND BERUFSKRANKHEIT
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