Functional outcome and general health status in patients after arthroscopic release in adhesive capsulitis

@article{Baums2006FunctionalOA,
  title={Functional outcome and general health status in patients after arthroscopic release in adhesive capsulitis},
  author={M. Baums and G. Spahn and M. Nozaki and H. Steckel and W. Schultz and H. Klinger},
  journal={Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy},
  year={2006},
  volume={15},
  pages={638-644}
}
Frozen shoulder is said to be a self-limiting entity but full recovery often takes more than 2 years. For that, most patients are unwilling to tolerate painful restriction while awaiting resolution. We prospectively investigated 30 patients (16 women, 14 men) for the outcome of arthroscopic capsular release in idiopathic frozen shoulder. Results were determined by the assessment of subjective and objective parameters to estimate both shoulder function and general health status. Symptoms… Expand

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