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Pathology of cuff tears 

Pathology of cuff tears
Pathology of cuff tears

Peter Reilly

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date: 18 May 2022

Rotator cuff tears are common

Aetiology complex and multifactorial

Tendons deteriorate with age

Posterosuperior tears are more common

They evolve in a typical fashion

Anterosuperior tears are less common.

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