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The pathophysiology of rotator cuff tears can be elucidated by examining the tendinous insertion of the supraspinatus muscle. As seen by light microscopy, the granulation tissue around the insertion(More)
A growing body of evidence supports use of intraarticular hyaluronic acid (HA) injection in patients with rotator cuff disease. However, the mechanism of its anti-inflammatory action has not been(More)
BACKGROUND Hyaluronan (HA) improves postoperative recovery after flexor tendon surgery, preventing postoperative adhesion. However, its influence on the rotator cuff tendon after cuff repair has not(More)