By Louis Patry, Michel Rossignol, Marie-Jeanne Costa, Martine Baillargeon
Shoulder Tendinitis is outlined clinically as "pain within the shoulder linked with tenderness to palpation over the top of the humerus" and corresponds to inflammatory and degenerative accidents of the tendons of the rotator cuff and the lengthy head of the biceps.
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8. 1 General Evaluation Appearance of the limbs Observation pula – antalgic posture of the shoulders or cervical region – appearance of the head of the humerus and of the sca– deformation of various joints 25 Guide To The Diagnosis Of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Passive and active evaluation of joint mobility helps establish the extent of any functional limitations. Passive evaluation, performed by the examiner, helps establish the mobility of the head of the humerus in the glenoid fossa.
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2 Presentation and Clinical Severity of Symptoms Severity Symptoms 0. None No pain during physical activity 1. Slight Symptoms only after intense and repetitive activity 2. Moderate Symptoms only after light or occasionally activity 3. Severe Symptoms present regardless of activity 19 SHOULDER TENDINITIS Recording of Information on Exposure Factors 5 To establish the etiological link between shoulder tendinitis and physical activity, it is essential to document the patient’s movements and postures.