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Posted by: ashley | 2007/03/06

rotator cuff calcification

An old injury to the rotator cuff has led to some soft tissue calcification of the right shoulder. What could be done, other than surgery?

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Hi ashley
Sometimes a corticosteroid injection may help. The lesion can also be needled to loosen the calcified parts.
Dr P

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