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Study: Arthroscopic needling yielded high rate of persistent rotator cuff defects

Study: Arthroscopic needling yielded high rate of persistent rotator cuff defects
Although arthroscopic needling provided good clinical outcomes, recently published results showed a high rate of persistent rotator cuff defects 1 year after surgery.

Although arthroscopic needling provided good clinical outcomes, recently published results showed a high rate of persistent rotator cuff defects 1 year after surgery.

Source: Healio

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