Painful States of the Shoulder and Upper Arm
The table preceding this chapter contrasts with the diagnostic monotony encountered in medical practice. All too easily any kind of painful disease state affecting the shoulder and upper arm is given the facile label “shoulder-arm pain” or, even worse, “shoulder-arm syndrome,” and automatically subjected to physiotherapy or to intramuscular injections of local anesthetics.
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