Surgical or conservative treatment for chronic rotator cuff calcifying tendinitis – a matched-pair analysis of 100 patients

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Conservative or operative treatment for rotator cuff calcifying tendinitis was investigated in 100 patients in a matched-pair analysis. They were examined clinically and ultrasonographically 35–60 months after the initial visit. The mean Patte score was 91.8 for the patients who underwent surgical treatment and 81 for the ones who received conservative… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s004020000195

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@article{Wittenberg2001SurgicalOC, title={Surgical or conservative treatment for chronic rotator cuff calcifying tendinitis – a matched-pair analysis of 100 patients}, author={Ralf Wittenberg and Frank Rubenthaler and Thomas W{\"{o}lk and Jutta Ludwig and Roland Ernst Willburger and Robert B Steffen}, journal={Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery}, year={2001}, volume={121}, pages={56-59} }