The calcification of the superior tendon of the longus coli, on CT scan (Figure 1, red arrow), confirms the diagnosis of calcific tendinitis
28 mJ/mm2 has been used by many researchers to treat calcific tendinitis
of the rotator calf muscles and avascular necrosis of the femoral head.
Arthroscopic management of calcific tendinitis
of the subscapularis tendon.
Shoulder: pre-surgical or non-surgical, post-surgical, Total Shoulder - post-operative protocol, Rotator Cuff Repair/Impingement syndrome, Adhesive capsulitis, Ultrasound therapy for calcific tendinitis
, shoulder, Elbow: pre-surgical or non-surgical, post-surgical, Lateral and medial epicondylitis, Wrist: pre-surgical or non-surgical, post-surgical, Carpal tunnel syndrome therapy; Hand/fingers: pre-surgical or non-surgical, post-surgical, Tenosynovitis/Flexor tendinitis involving the hand/fingers, Post Dupuytren's Release OT,
Aseptic effusion into the retropharyngeal space is rare; reported etiologies include internal jugular vein thrombosis, neoplasia, radiation therapy, trauma, acute calcific tendinitis
, hereditary angioedema, and myxedema of hypothyroidism.
MR arthrography in calcific tendinitis
of the shoulder: Diagnostic performance and pitfalls.
2,3,7,8) There are articles examining adductor tears (9) and calcific tendinitis
of the adductor magnus.
TABLE 5 Summary grid of shoulder pain guidelines * Capsulitis, bursitis, tendinitis, Therapy Calcific tendinitis
nonspecific pain Ultrasound A C Exercise ID ID TENS ID ID Massage ID ID Thermotherapy ID ID EMG biofeedback ID ID Electrical stimulation ID ID Combined rehabili- tation mudalities ID ID * Adapted from the Philadelphia Panel Members and Ottawa Methods.
Shoulder: Shoulder Arthrography; Arthroscopy, shoulder; Electrothermal arthroscopic repair for shoulder instability; Impingement Syndromes, Shoulder Bursitis, Rotator Cuff Tendinitis & Tears; Ultrasound therapy for calcific tendinitis
of the shoulder;
Acute calcific tendinitis
of the longus colli muscle: Case report and review of the literature.
is a benign inflammatory condition caused by deposition of hydroxyapatite in the tendon fibers of the longus colli muscles.
of the prevertebral muscles is a rare clinical entity.