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Aspekte der klinischen Untersuchung der Schulter

  • R. Hertel
  • I. Killer
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In diesem Beitrag soll ein praktisch anwendbarer und effizienter klinischer Untersuchungsgang zur Diagnostik der häufigsten Schulteraffektionen dargestellt werden.

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