Method for early diagnosis of damage to the rotator cuff

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  • Authors: Kondyrev N.M., Kopenkin S.S., Skoroglya A.V.
  • Issue: No 4 (2015)
  • Pages: 69-74
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: http://journals.rudn.ru/medicine/article/view/2416
  • Retraction date: 21.02.2018
  • Retraction reasons description:

    It is withdrawn at the request of the authors and on the basis of the decision of the editorial board. The reason: duplication of the publication Kondyrev NM, Kopenkin SS, Skoroglyadov AV. Method of Early Diagnostics of Damage to the Rotating Shoulder Mount. Difficult Patient. 2015. V. 13. No. 10-11. Pp. 34-36.

Abstract


For the purpose of early diagnosis of rotator cuff tears we have developed a method based on the brachial plexus nerve block (RF patent №2138196, 27.09.1999). It was used in 22 patients with soft tissue injuries of the shoulder joint with conduction anesthesia (0.5% solution of lidocaine, procaine) into supraclavicular area. After approach of the differentiated block the pain was stopped, thus possibility of physical activity in a shoulder joint remained. Restoration of active abduction testified to partial damage of the rotator cuff, absence - about full. The received data were verified by ultrasound, surgical interventions and clinical observation. Sensitivity of our method is 88.2%, specificity - 80% and accuracy - 86,3%.

N M Kondyrev

Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (RNRMU)

Email: nkondyrev@gmail.com
Department of traumatology, orthopedy and military surgery

S S Kopenkin

Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (RNRMU)

Email: nkondyrev@gmail.com
Department of traumatology, orthopedy and military surgery

A V Skoroglya

Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (RNRMU)

Email: nkondyrev@gmail.com
Department of traumatology, orthopedy and military surgery

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