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The purpose of this study is evaluate the outcomes and complications in patients who underwent a rotator cuff repair.
The purpose of this study is to compare pain and function in patients undergoing operative versus non-operative treatment of atraumatic rotator cuff tears at 12 months of follow-up, and to assess effects of rotator cuff tear size and age on comparative outcomes of operative versus non-operative treatments for atraumatic rotator cuff tears.
Our goal is to determine if the stiffness of supraspinatus muscle can be measured non-invasively before surgery, using ultrasound B-mode together with a new ultrasound technique called Shear Wave Elastography (SWE). The hope is that this assessment of muscle stiffness before surgery will help the doctors to plan the best surgical approach.
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