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Die Läsion der Rotatorenmanschette

  • K. R. Grob
  • M. S. Kuster
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Unklare Schulterbeschwerden mit schmerzhafter Bewegungseinschränkung des Glenohumeralgelenkes werden häufig unter dem Sammelbegriff Periarthropathia humeroscapularis (PHS) zusammengefasst. Dieser Begriff ist unpräzise, entspricht keinem eigenständigen Krankheitsbild und sollte daher möglichst vermieden werden.

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