Failed surgical management of partial thickness rotator cuff tears.


Some authors have recommended that rotator cuff tears <50% of tendon thickness be debrided and those involving >50% of the tendon be treated with miniopen repair. We hypothesize that if indications for selecting between simple debridement and tendon repair were appropriate, then both groups should have comparable outcomes. Thirty-nine patients with partial… (More)


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