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Die arthroskopische Akromioplastik bei Impingement

  • M. S. Kuster
  • L. Hauswirth
  • K. R. Grob
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Zusammenfassung

Das Impingementsyndrom ist die häufigste Ursache von vorderen Schulterschmerzen. Der Begriff „Impingement“ (to impinge: anstoßen) wurde von Neer in seiner klassischen Arbeit [24] geprägt und beschreibt die Einklemmung der Rotatorenmanschette (RM) und der Bursa subdeltoidea zwischen anterolateralem Akromioneck und Humeruskopf.

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  • M. S. Kuster
  • L. Hauswirth
  • K. R. Grob

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