Shoulder surface temperature and bone scintigraphy findings in patients with rotator cuff tears

@inproceedings{Koike2011ShoulderST,
  title={Shoulder surface temperature and bone scintigraphy findings in patients with rotator cuff tears},
  author={Yoichi Koike and Hirotaka Sano and T. Kinjyo and Itaru Imamura and Onuma Masahiro and Masako Goto and Masamizu Ooyama and Atushi Kita and E Itoi},
  booktitle={Upsala journal of medical sciences},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is one of the serious complications after surgical treatment of a rotator cuff tear. Both a measurement of body surface temperature and bone scintigraphy have been used as diagnostic tools for the early phase of CRPS.Unfortunately, few studies have been carried out that applied these methods to the patients after rotator cuff repair. PURPOSES To clarify both shoulder surface temperature and bone scintigraphy findings in patients with rotator… CONTINUE READING

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