Partial rotator cuff tears
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Partial rotator cuff tears

Audrey Ryan Emergency nurse practitioner, St Mary’s NHS Trust, London

AUDREY RYAN discusses the history taking, assessment and diagnosis of partial rotator cuff tears, and the presentation of patients with shoulder injuries, in reference to her practice

The shoulder facilitates most daily activities of living and is the second most complex joint in the body after the knee (Rowley and Dent 1997).

Emergency Nurse. 12, 4, 27-37. doi: 10.7748/en2004.

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