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Rev. bras. ortop ; 56(3): 299-306, May-June 2021. tab, graf
Article in English | LILACS | ID: biblio-1288669

ABSTRACT

Abstract Adverse reactions to vaccine injections are usually mild and incredibly rare in nature, but multiple cases of shoulder events including bursitis, generalized pain or decreased range of motion have been reported following routine vaccine administrations. These events are known as Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration or SIRVA. A systematic review of literature was performed to identify all published accounts of SIRVA. Twenty-seven papers reporting one or more accounts of SIRVA were identified. The most common vaccination involved was the Influenza vaccine. The most common symptoms were pain that began in 48 hours or less and loss of shoulder range of motion. The most common treatment modalities were physical therapy, corticosteroid injections and anti-inflammatory medication; but in some patients, surgery was required. Regardless of intervention, the vast majority of outcomes demonstrated improved pain and functional except in the occasions of nerve injury. The etiology of SIRVA injuries has multiple possibilities including needle length, mechanical injury from needle overpenetration and the possibility of an immune inflammatory response from the vaccine components, but a unique definitive test or quantifiably result does not yet exist.


Resumo As reações adversas às injeções de vacina tendem a ser brandas e são incrivelmente raras. No entanto, vários casos de eventos em ombros, como bursite, dor generalizada ou diminuição da amplitude de movimento, foram relatados após vacinações de rotina. Esses eventos são conhecidos como lesões em ombro relacionadas à administração de vacina (SIRVA, do inglês shoulder injury related to vaccine administration). Uma revisão sistemática da literatura foi realizada para identificar todos os relatos publicados de SIRVA. Vinte e sete artigos que relataram um ou mais casos de SIRVA foram encontrados. A vacina mais comumente citada foi a vacina contra influenza. Os sintomas mais comuns foram dor com início em até 48 horas e perda da amplitude de movimento do ombro. As modalidades de tratamento mais comuns foram fisioterapia, injeções de corticosteroides e administração de medicamentos anti-inflamatórios; alguns pacientes, porém, precisaram de cirurgia. Independentemente da intervenção, a grande maioria dos casos apresentou melhora da dor e da função, à exceção dos pacientes com lesão nervosa. A SIRVA tem múltiplas possíveis etiologias, inclusive comprimento da agulha, lesão mecânica por penetração excessiva da agulha e resposta inflamatória aos componentes da vacina; no entanto, ainda não há um exame definitivo ou resultado quantificável.


Subject(s)
Humans , Bursitis , Influenza Vaccines , Shoulder Impingement Syndrome , Shoulder Pain , Shoulder Injuries , Anti-Inflammatory Agents
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-921942

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OBJECTIVE@#To explore the clinical efficacy of focused extracorporeal shock wave therapy with centrifugal exercise in the treatment of greater trochanteric pain syndrome.@*METHODS@#From September 2017 to June 2019, 53 eligible cases of greater trochanteric pain syndrome were randomly divided into observation group (29 cases) and control group (24 cases). In observation group, there were 8 males and 21 females, aged from 38 to 62 years old with an average of (49.96±6.39) years old; the course of disease ranged from 6 to 13 months with an average of (8.58±1.99) months;treated with focused extracorporeal shock wave therapy with centrifugal exercise. In control group, there were 5 males and 19 females, aged from 39 to 62 years old with an average of (52.79±5.86) years old;the course of disease ranged from 6 to 14 months with an average of (9.04±2.51) months;treated with centrifugal exercise alone. Visual analogue scale (VAS) and hip Harris score were measured before ESWT treatment and at 1, 2, and 6 months to evaluate relieve degree of pain and functional recovery of hip joint, respectively.@*RESULTS@#At 1 month after treatment, there were no significant differences in VAS, hip Harris score and treatment success rate (all @*CONCLUSION@#In treatment of greater trochanteric pain syndrome, focused extracorporeal shock wave therapy with centrifugal exercise could significantly relieve symptoms of lateral hip pain, improve functional recovery of hip joint with good safety. This treatment strategy is worthy of application and promotion in clinical practice.


Subject(s)
Adult , Arthralgia , Bursitis , Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy , Female , Hip , Hip Joint , Humans , Male , Middle Aged , Treatment Outcome
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Article in Spanish | LILACS, BINACIS | ID: biblio-1353995

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Las lesiones de hombro atribuibles a la vacunación son aquellos efectos adversos secundarios a una inoculación. Su causa más frecuente ha sido la vacunación contra la gripe, pero la actual campaña masiva por la pandemia de SARS-CoV-2 determina que los especialistas conozcan este cuadro para un mejor diagnóstico y tratamiento. Estas lesiones tienen una evolución tórpida y prolongada. Deben notificarse a las agencias de control sanitario. Su tratamiento se basa en la administración temprana de corticoides y la rehabilitación. Nivel de Evidencia: IV


Shoulder injury attributable to vaccination (SIRVA) is an adverse ev ent secondary to inoculation. Its most frequent cause has been vaccination against influenza, but the current massive campaign against the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic makes it an injury whose knowledge is of importance for specialists. It includes different structural lesions and has a torpid and prolonged evolution. SIRVAs must be reported to the sanitary control agencies. Their treatment is based on the use of corticosteroids and rehabilitation. Level of Evidence: V


Subject(s)
Bursitis , Shoulder Pain , COVID-19 Vaccines
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Artrosc. (B. Aires) ; 28(2): 192-196, 2021.
Article in Spanish | LILACS, BINACIS | ID: biblio-1282688

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La capsulitis adhesiva de hombro se caracteriza por la inflamación crónica de la capa subsinovial de la cápsula articular que produce fibrosis, contractura y adherencia de la cápsula a sí misma y al cuello anatómico del húmero. La rehabilitación enfocada en optimizar el rango de movilidad en forma activa y pasiva es la base del tratamiento, independientemente de la etapa. Sobre la base de la historia natural de la enfermedad, la inyección con corticoides en forma precoz tiene utilidad en acortar la duración general de los síntomas, y permite a los pacientes trabajar el rango de movilidad en las etapas de rehabilitación y así volver a sus actividades cotidianas más rápidamente. La mayoría de los pacientes tratados con terapia física logran la resolución completa de síntomas. En casos con rigidez refractaria, puede estar indicada la manipulación bajo anestesia o la liberación capsular artroscópica; debido a varios riesgos potenciales de complicaciones con las manipulaciones, se prefiere esta última. Existen escasos estudios con alto nivel de evidencia que comparen diferentes técnicas para la liberación capsular: tanto la liberación circunferencial como la capsular anteroinferior han demostrado ser efectivas como técnica quirúrgica. La cirugía debe ser seguida de forma temprana por una terapia física diligente y dirigida a prevenir la rigidez recurrente


Adhesive capsulitis is characterized by chronic inflammation of the capsular subsynovial layer, which produces capsular fibrosis, contracture, and adherence of the capsule to itself and to the anatomic neck of the humerus. Physical therapy is the mainstay of treatment, regardless of stage. Based on the natural history of the disease, early corticosteroid injection has a role in shortening the overall duration of symptoms allowing patients to move faster in the stages of rehabilitation and thus return to their daily life activities more rapidly. Most patients will see complete resolution of symptoms with nonsurgical management. In cases with refractory stiffness, manipulation under anesthesia or arthroscopic capsular release may be indicated. Because of various potential risks of complications with manipulations, arthroscopic capsular release is preferred. There is a lack of high-level studies comparing different techniques for capsular release. Both circumferential and anteroinferior release have proven to be effective. Surgery should be followed by early, diligent and directed therapy to prevent recurrent stiffness


Subject(s)
Shoulder Joint , Bursitis/surgery , Bursitis/diagnosis , Bursitis/physiopathology , Bursitis/therapy , Shoulder Pain
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Rev. Pesqui. Fisioter ; 10(4): 715-723, Nov. 2020. ilus, tab
Article in English, Portuguese | LILACS | ID: biblio-1247751

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A capsulite adesiva é uma condição dolorosa comum e debilitante da articulação glenohumeral que afeta cerca de 2 a 5% da população. Os órgãos internos e o sistema musculoesquelético são interligados por meio das membranas de sustentação. A tensão nessas membranas pode causar ainda mais restrições mecânicas, dor nas estruturas musculoesqueléticas e também restringir a mobilidade de órgãos viscerais. OBJETIVO: Explorar o efeito da manipulação visceral específica de órgãos na capsulite adesiva em pessoas afetadas no ombro direito. METODOLOGIA: Vinte indivíduos com capsulite adesiva foram avaliados para elegibilidade, dos quais 14 foram recrutados usando o método de amostragem por conveniência. Duas sessões de manipulação visceral comparada com manipulação placebo foram administradas nas primeiras duas semanas, seguidas de duas sessões de manipulação visceral do fígado nas duas semanas seguintes. O goniômetro digital, o nível de dor, a incapacidade no ombro e o esfigmomanômetro modificado foram usados para medir os resultados pré e pós intervenção. RESULTADOS: A comparação dos resultados entre os grupos mostrou uma diferença estatisticamente significativa nos escores de amplitude de movimentos [flexão (p = 0,001), rotação externa (p = 0,001), rotação interna (p = 0,001)], dor no ombro e escore do índice de incapacidade (0,004). Nenhuma mudança significativa foi observada no resultado de força. CONCLUSÃO: Duas sessões de manipulação visceral para o fígado podem ser benéficas na melhora da mobilidade do ombro direito, dor e incapacidade.


Adhesive capsulitis is a common, painful and debilitating condition of the glenohumeral joint affecting about 2-5% of the population. Internal organs and musculoskeletal system are inter-connected through the support membranes. Tension in these support membranes may further cause mechanical restrictions and pain in musculoskeletal structures and also restrict the mobility of the visceral organ. OBJECTIVE: To explore the effect of organ specific visceral manipulation on adhesive capsulitis in subjects with right shoulder adhesive capsulitis. METHODOLOGY: Twenty subjects with adhesive capsulitis were assessed for eligibility, out of which fourteen subjects were recruited using convenience sampling method. Two sessions of Placebo Visceral Manipulation was administered for the first two weeks, followed by a two sessions of visceral manipulation of liver for next two weeks. Digital goniometer, Shoulder pain and disability index and Modified sphygmomanometer were used to measure the pre and post outcomes. RESULTS: Between group comparison of the outcomes showed a statistically significant difference in the shoulder range of motions scores [flexion (p=0.001), external rotation (p=0.001) and internal rotation (p=0.001)] and Shoulder pain and disability index score (0.004). No significant changes were observed in the strength outcome. CONCLUSION: Two sessions of visceral manipulation for the liver may be beneficial in improving the right shoulder mobility, pain and disability


Subject(s)
Bursitis , Pain , Career Mobility
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Rev. bras. ortop ; 55(5): 537-542, Sept.-Oct. 2020.
Article in English | LILACS | ID: biblio-1144207

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Abstract The influence of genetic inheritance has been increasingly investigated in shoulder disorders, such as rotator cuff injury, instability and frozen shoulder. Although the initial findings are enlightening, it is necessary to progressively build a database of genetic markers to catalog genomic profiles that, later, may contribute for predicting the risk of the disease, as well as to the development of better diagnostic and treatment tools. The present article seeks to update what is evidence of genetic studies in the literature for these diseases, from polymorphism analyses, expression of candidate genes in tissues and broad genomic association studies (GWAS). However, it is necessary to point out that there is great difficulty in replicating and using the findings, mainly due to the lack of statistical power, the high rate of false-positive results and the large number of variables involved.


Resumo A influência da herança genética tem sido cada vez mais investigada nas afecções do ombro, como a lesão do manguito rotador, instabilidade e ombro congelado. Ainda que os achados iniciais sejam pouco esclarecedores, é necessário construir progressivamente um banco de marcadores genéticos para catalogar perfis genômicos que, mais adiante, poderão contribuir para a previsão do risco da doença, desenvolvimento de melhores ferramentas de diagnóstico e tratamento. O presente artigo busca atualizar o que há de evidências de estudos genéticos na literatura para essas doenças, desde análises de polimorfismos, expressão de genes candidatos em tecidos e estudos de associação genômica ampla (GWAS, na sigla em inglês). Porém, é necessário apontar que existe grande dificuldade na replicação e utilização dos achados, principalmente em razão da falta de poder estatístico, da alta taxa de resultados falso-positivos e da grande quantidade de variáveis envolvidas.


Subject(s)
Polymorphism, Genetic , Shoulder , Wounds and Injuries , Bursitis , Genetic Markers , Gene Expression , Incidence , Rotator Cuff , Heredity , Diagnosis , False Positive Reactions , Rotator Cuff Injuries
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Rev. chil. radiol ; 26(3): 117-119, set. 2020. ilus
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: biblio-1138706

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Resumen: La sinovitis villonodular pigmentada extraarticular, también llamada tumor de células gigantes de la vaina tendinosa, es frecuente en la mano, siendo extremadamente rara su localización en la rodilla. Se presenta el caso de un paciente con una bursitis villonodular pigmentada de la bursa de la pata de ganso sin afectación intraarticular. Extra-articular pigmented villonodular synovitis, also called giant cell tumor of the tendon sheath, is common in the hand, being extremely rare in the knee. We present the case of a patient with a pigmented villonodular bursitis of the pes anserine bursa without intraarticular involvement.


Abstract: Extra-articular pigmented villonodular synovitis, also called giant cell tumor of the tendon seath, is common in the hand, being extremely rare in the knee. We present the case of a patient with a pigmented villonodular bursitis of the pes anserine bursa without intraarticular involvement.


Subject(s)
Humans , Male , Adolescent , Synovitis, Pigmented Villonodular/diagnostic imaging , Bursitis/diagnostic imaging , Giant Cell Tumors/diagnostic imaging , Synovitis, Pigmented Villonodular/surgery , Biopsy , Bursitis/surgery , Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy , Giant Cell Tumors/surgery , Knee/pathology
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Rev. bras. ortop ; 55(4): 483-489, Jul.-Aug. 2020. tab
Article in English | LILACS | ID: biblio-1138048

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Abstract Objective To clarify the association of thyroid disorders and primary frozen shoulder by comparing this group with controls without shoulder disease and with patients with rotator cuff tears. Methods We evaluated 166 patients who presented frozen shoulder with treatment in progress or already treated, which were compared with 129 patients with diagnosis of rotator cuff tears and 251 control subjects. All of the participants answered the questionnaire on the following variables: age, gender, body mass index (BMI), occupation, physical activity, presence of thyroid disorders and other comorbidities, smoking and use of alcohol. Results When comparing the frozen shoulder group with the control and rotator cuff groups, there is a specific association between the presence of thyroid disorders and frozen shoulder. By calculating relative risk, it is possible to state that an individual with thyropathy has 2.69 more chance of developing frozen shoulder. Also, there was an association with gender, since women with frozen shoulder exceeded significantly the risk. Conclusions Thyroid disorders, especially hypothyroidism and the presence of benign thyroid nodules, are risk factors significantly associated with frozen shoulder, rising the chances to 2.69 times of developing frozen shoulder. This is the first study that uses, in addition to the control group, a second group with rotator cuff tears, so it was shown that there is a specific association of thyroid disorders and frozen shoulder, but not with shoulder disorders in general.


Resumo Objetivo Verificar a asssociação entre tireopatias e ombro congelado primário, comparando com grupo controle e com grupo de pacientes com lesão no manguito rotador. Métodos Foram avaliados 166 pacientes com diagnóstico de ombro congelado primário com tratamento em andamento ou já tratados. Este grupo foi comparado com 129 pacientes com diagnóstico de lesão de manguito rotador e com um terceiro grupo controle formado por 251 indivíduos sem acometimento dos ombros. Todos os participantes responderam questionário sobre as seguintes variáveis: idade, gênero, índice de massa corpórea (IMC), profissão, atividade física, presença de tireopatia e de outras comorbidades, hábito tabagista e etilismo. Resultados Quando comparamos o grupo de ombro congelado com os grupos controle e lesão de manguito rotador, percebemos que existe uma associação específica entre presença de doenças da tireoide (tireoidite, hipotireoidismo, hipertireoidismo, nódulos e câncer) e ombro congelado. Através do cálculo do risco relativo, é possível afirmar que um indivíduo com tireopatia tem probabilidade 2.69 maior de desenvolver ombro congelado. Também houve associação com gênero, já que as mulheres com ombro congelado elevam significativamente esse risco. Conclusão Os distúrbios da tireoide, especialmente o hipotireoidismo e a presença de nódulos tireoidianos benignos, são fatores de risco significativamente associados ao ombro congelado, aumentando as chances em 2,69 vezes de desenvolver a doença. Este é o primeiro estudo que utiliza, além do grupo controle, um segundo grupo com lesões do manguito rotador, de modo que foi demonstrada uma associação específica de distúrbios da tireoide e ombro congelado.


Subject(s)
Humans , Thyroid Diseases , Bursitis , Control Groups , Hypothyroidism
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Rev. Assoc. Med. Bras. (1992) ; 66(2): 166-173, Feb. 2020. tab, graf
Article in English | SES-SP, LILACS, SES-SP | ID: biblio-1136180

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SUMMARY OBJECTIVE We investigated the associations between adhesive capsulitis (AC) and a specific psychological profile. METHODS We assessed 72 patients with phase-II AC. In our study, 36 patients were affected by primary disease and 36 by secondary disease. The inclusion criteria were as follows: unilateral AC and pain in the shoulder for at least two months. The exclusion criteria were: psychiatric and neurological manifestations with a previous diagnosis and inability to comprehend the instruments. Outcomes were determined at 52 weeks. Shoulder pain severity was assessed with the Visual Analog Scale. We also measured the range of motion with a universal goniometer and the strength with the Medical Research Council. We assessed the personality traits of our patients with the Cloninger's Temperament and Character Inventory and the Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale. RESULTS Patients with primary AC needed more time to improve the symptomatology compared to the group with the secondary disease (p<0.01). Patients with primary AC complained of severe and lasting pain more frequently than patients with the secondary disease (p< 0.01). In patients with primary disease, the prevalence of perfectionism, low levels of novelty seeking, and high levels of harm avoidance were 88.2 and 86.2%, and 80.4, respectively, and below 20 percent in patients with secondary AC disease. CONCLUSION We found a significant correlation between primary AC and particular personality traits, indicating an interaction between psychological and somatic factors.


RESUMO OBJETIVO Investigar as associações entre a capsulite adesiva (CA) e um perfil psicológico específico. METODOLOGIA Foram avaliados 72 pacientes com CA fase II. Em nosso estudo, 36 pacientes foram afetados pela doença primária e 36 pela secundária. Os critérios de inclusão foram os seguintes: CA unilateral e dor no ombro durante por pelo menos dois meses. Os critérios de exclusão foram: manifestações neurológicas e psiquiátricas com um diagnóstico prévio e incapacidade de compreender os instrumentos de medição utilizados. Os resultados foram determinados após 52 semanas. A intensidade da dor no ombro foi avaliada usando a Escala Visual Analógica. Também medimos a amplitude de movimento com um goniômetro universal e a força com a escala do Conselho de Pesquisa Médica. Avaliamos os traços da personalidade dos nossos pacientes através do Inventário de Temperamento e Caráter de Cloninger e da Escala Multidimensional de Perfeccionismo. RESULTADOS Pacientes com CA primária precisaram de mais tempo para melhorar a sintomatologia quando comparados ao grupo secundário (p<0,01). Pacientes com CA primária apresentaram mais queixas de dor intensa e duradoura do que pacientes secundários (p< 0,01). Em pacientes com a doença primária, a prevalência de perfeccionismo, baixos níveis de procura por novidade, e altos níveis de prevenção de danos foram 88,2, 86,2% e 80,4, respectivamente, e abaixo de 20% em pacientes secundários. CONCLUSÃO Encontramos uma correlação significativa entre CA primária e traços de personalidade específicos, indicando uma interação entre fatores psicológicos e somáticos.


Subject(s)
Humans , Male , Female , Adult , Aged , Personality , Psychophysiologic Disorders/psychology , Bursitis/psychology , Personality Inventory , Time Factors , Pain Measurement , Bursitis/physiopathology , Bursitis/rehabilitation , Retrospective Studies , Range of Motion, Articular , Treatment Outcome , Shoulder Pain/physiopathology , Shoulder Pain/psychology , Shoulder Pain/rehabilitation , Middle Aged
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Rev. bras. ortop ; 55(1): 95-99, Jan.-Feb. 2020. tab
Article in English | LILACS | ID: biblio-1092669

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Abstract Objective To assess how shoulder specialists have used infiltration in their daily practice. Methods A survey study in which shoulder and elbow specialists answered a questionnaire on the use of infiltration in painful shoulders. Results Most of the doctors (45.9%) have > 10 years of experience in the area and have carried out up to 10 infiltrations in the last 12 months. The main indications for glenohumeral and subacromial infiltration are glenohumeral arthrosis and rotator cuff tendinopathy, respectively. The most used portals are the posterior (52.2%) for glenohumeral infiltration and the lateral (57.5%) for subacromial infiltration. The majority of the doctors (752%) infiltrate in an outpatient setting without imaging methods, and the most commonly used drug is the combination of corticoid and anesthetic. The main contraindication cited is the presence of diabetes, and the most common complication is pain after infiltration. Conclusion Subacromial infiltrations are indicated especially for the treatment of rotator cuff tendinopathies and bursitis, performed by the lateral portal, in an outpatient setting, with low index of long-term complications. Glenohumeral infiltrations are indicated especially for glenohumeral arthrosis, with a combination of a corticoid and anesthetic, performed mostly in an outpatient setting.


Resumo Objetivo Avaliar como especialistas de ombro têm utilizado a infiltração na sua prática diária. Métodos Estudo tipo survey interseccional em tempo único, no qual especialistas em ombro e cotovelo responderam a um questionário sobre o uso de infiltrações no ombro doloroso. Resultados A maior parte (45,9%) dos entrevistados possui experiência > 10 anos na área e realizaram até 10 infiltrações nos últimos 12 meses. As principais indicações para infiltração glenoumeral e subacromial são artrose glenoumeral e tendinopatia do manguito rotador, respectivamente. Os portais mais utilizados são o posterior (52,2%) para infiltração glenoumeral e o lateral (57,5%) na subacromial. A maioria (75,2%) dos entrevistados realiza a infiltração ambulatorialmente sem auxílio de métodos de imagem, e a droga mais utilizada é a combinação de corticoide e anestésico. A principal contraindicação citada é a presença de diabetes, e a complicação mais comum é a dor após a infiltração. Conclusão Infiltrações subacromiais são indicadas especialmente para tratamento de tendinopatias do manguito e bursites, realizadas pelo portal lateral, em ambiente ambulatorial, com baixo índice de complicações em longo prazo. As infiltrações glenoumerais são indicadas especialmente para artrose glenoumeral, com combinação de corticoide e anestésico, realizadas, em sua maioria, ambulatorialmente.


Subject(s)
Humans , Male , Female , Osteoarthritis , Outpatients , Pain , Shoulder , Bursitis , Surveys and Questionnaires , Tendinopathy , Anesthesia, Local
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Article in English | WPRIM | ID: wpr-811121

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BACKGROUND: The objective of this study was to identify a consensus on definition, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of frozen shoulder (FS) among shoulder specialists.METHODS: A questionnaire composed of 18 questions about FS—definition, classification, utilization of diagnostic modalities, the propriety of treatment at each stage, and prognosis—was sent to 95 shoulder specialists in Korea. Most questions (15 questions) required an answer on a 5-point analog scale (1, strongly disagree; 5, strongly agree); three questions about the propriety of treatment were binary.RESULTS: We received 71 responses (74.7%). Of the 71 respondents, 84.5% agreed with the proposed definition of FS, and 88.8% agreed that FS should be divided into primary and secondary types according to the proposed definition. Only 43.7% of the respondents agreed that FS in patients with systemic disease should be classified as secondary FS. For the diagnosis of FS, 71.9% agreed that plain radiography should be used and 64.8% agreed ultrasonography should be used. There was a high consensus on proper treatment of FS: 97.2% agreed on education, 94.4%, on the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs; 76.1%, on intra-articular steroid injections; and 97.2%, on stretching exercise. Among all respondents, 22.5% answered that more than 10% of the patients with FS do not respond to conservative treatment.CONCLUSIONS: The survey revealed a general consensus among shoulder specialists on the definition and treatment of FS. However, classification of FS was found controversial.


Subject(s)
Bursitis , Classification , Consensus , Diagnosis , Education , Humans , Korea , Prognosis , Radiography , Shoulder , Specialization , Surveys and Questionnaires , Ultrasonography
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-879362

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OBJECTIVE@#To compare clinical effects of inside-out technique and outside-in technique for the treatment of idiopathic frozen shoulder under arthroscopy.@*METHODS@#From April 2015 to July 2019, 65 patients with primary frozen shoulder were divided into observation group and control group according to different treatment methods. In observation group, there were 32 cases, including 14 males and 18 females, aged 48 to 64 (54.82±5.35) years old, 18 cases on the right side and 14 cases on the left side. The course of disease was 4 to 10 (7.76±1.19) months. The patients were treated with outside in technique. In control group, there were 33 cases, 16 males and 17 females, aged 45 to 62 (54.64±4.16) years old, 18 cases on the right side and 15 cases on the left side. The course of disease was 5 to 9 (7.65±1.24) months. The patients were treated with inside out technique. The operation time, hospitalization days and treatment cost were compared between the two groups. Constant-Murley function score before and after the operation andthe shoulder joint range of motion one month after operation were compared to evaluate the clinical efficacy.@*RESULTS@#All 65 patients were followed up for 9 to 17 months with an average follow up time of (11.34±2.24) months. Compared with control group, operation time in observation group was shorter[(55.53± 10.23) min vs (85.58±13.39) min], and functional scores of Constant-Murley after surgery were significantly changed in both groups compared with that before surgery(@*CONCLUSION@#The two arthroscopic release schemes have achieved satisfactory results for thetreatment of primary frozen shoulder, and the shoulder joint function and pain degree have been effectively improved. Compared with the inside-out technique, the outside in release technique is more direct, the operation is simpler and the operation time is shorter. It has certain advantages in releasing operation for primary frozen shoulder.


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Arthroscopy , Bursitis/surgery , Female , Humans , Male , Middle Aged , Range of Motion, Articular , Shoulder Joint/surgery , Treatment Outcome
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Artrosc. (B. Aires) ; 27(2): 41-46, 2020.
Article in Spanish | LILACS, BINACIS | ID: biblio-1118215

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Introducción: Evaluar los resultados de la artrolisis artroscópica seguida de un protocolo de rehabilitación acelerada empleando un catéter interescalénico permanente para tratar rigideces secundarias de hombro.Material y métodos: Revisión retrospectiva de casos intervenidos de artrolisis de hombro con alguna causa identificable de la rigidez. Se emplea un catéter interescalénico para bloqueo nervioso de la extremidad afecta que se mantiene al menos 5 días. El alta hospitalaria se realiza después de la primera sesión de rehabilitación en las siguientes 24 horas tras la intervención. Se evalúa variación de la movilidad articular, mejoría del dolor y de la capacidad funcional.Resultado: Se incluyen 11 pacientes en el estudio. Las causas de la rigidez fueron cirugías previas de osteosíntesis de fracturas de húmero proximal, reparaciones de manguito rotador, reparación de Bankart y traumatismos sin fractura. El seguimiento medio fue de 26.4 (8.3) meses. Se observa una mejoría estadísticamente significativa en la flexión [95.6 (32)º - 153.4 (59)º], rotación externa [33.9 (17)º - 59.2 (32)º], EVA [7.2 (2.9) - 2.1 (1.7)] y Quick-DASH Score [68.2 (33)º - 22.7 (13)º], pero no en la rotación interna ni en la ASES Score. No se registró ninguna complicación. Un paciente precisó una nueva artrolisis por no mejoría de movilidad a los 3 meses. La causa de la rigidez no influyó en los resultados.Conclusión: La artrolisis artroscópica seguida del inicio precoz de la fisioterapia con bloqueo de la extremidad con catéter interescalénico permanente es segura y proporciona buenos resultados funcionales. Tipo de estudio: Serie de Casos. Nivel de Evidencia: IV


Objective: To evaluate outcomes of arthroscopic arthrolysis followed by an early rehabilitation protocol using an indwelling interscalene catheter as treatment of secondary shoulder stiffness.Materials and methods: A retrospective review of cases who had surgery for shoulder stiffness with an identifiable cause is performed. An interscalene catheter is left after surgery for nervous blockade for at least 5 days. Hospital check-out is carried out immediately after first physical therapy session, at 24 hours from surgery. Outcomes are presented as improvement of range of motion, pain and functional status.Results: 11 patients were included in the study. Causes of stiffness were previous surgeries consisting on osteosynthesis for proximal humeral fractures, repair of rotator cuff tears, Bankart repair and trauma without fracture. Mean follow-up was 26.4 (8.3) months. Significant differences on flexion [95.6 (32)º - 153.4 (59)º], external rotation [33.9 (17)º - 59.2 (32)º], VAS [7.2 (2.9) - 2.1 (1.7)] and Quick-DASH Score [68.2 (33)º - 22.7 (13)º] were observed, while no differences on internal rotation and ASES Score. No complications were registered. One case required re-operation at 3 months due to no progression of shoulder motion. Cause of stiffness did not influence outcomes.Conclusion: Arthroscopic arthrolysis followed by early rehabilitation with nervous blockade of the extremity by an indwelling interscalene catheter is safe and provides good functional outcomes. Study type: case report. Level of evidence: IV


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Adult , Middle Aged , Arthroscopy/methods , Rehabilitation , Shoulder Joint/surgery , Bursitis/surgery , Range of Motion, Articular , Treatment Outcome
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Rev. méd. (La Paz) ; 25(2): 47-53, Jul. Dic., 2019. tab
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: biblio-1102683

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La capsulítis adhesiva se define como la pérdida progresiva de la movilidad pasiva y activa del hombro y se acompaña de dolor difuso que predomina en la región anterolateral del hombro. La Hidrodilatación es el procedimiento de infiltración de solución fisiológica más lidocaína para la dilatación de la capsula articular. Bloqueo del nervio supraescapular como finalidad disminuir la omalgia durante la hidrodilatación. Se realizó un estudio cuasiexperimental, longitudinal, analítico de tipo prospectivo en 28 hombres y mujeres entre 36 y 72 años durante el periodo de Junio 2017 a Abril 2018 en el Centro Medico de Rehabilitación Integral Geriatría y Gerontología( CEMERINGG); se realizó la hidrodilatación con 15 cc de solución fisiológica más lidocaína al 2 % sin epinefrina , además de realizar el bloqueo del nervio supraescapular (BNSE) mediante técnica de Dangoisse; se aplicó el test para funcionalidad del Hombro de Constant Murley y de la escala visual análoga del dolor (EVA) al inicio, a las dos semanas y al mes . A todos los pacientes se hizo un entrenamiento básico acerca de los ejercicios de Codman para realizarlos en domicilio. Según el test de Constant Murley hubo una mejoría del 62,3 a las dos semanas y de 71,3 al mes de realizar los procedimientos invasivos; la EVA mejoro de 7,6 al inicio a 3,3 al mes. Existe un intervalo de confianza de 0,05


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Bursitis
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Med. leg. Costa Rica ; 36(2): 56-67, sep.-dic. 2019.
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: biblio-1040445

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Resumen La base fundamental de la valoración médico legal de un individuo es establecer la relación de causalidad entre la historia narrada por el mismo y los hallazgos documentados. La biomecánica del trauma es una herramienta que permite dilucidar dicha concordancia, ya que su estudio involucra los mecanismos de trauma implicados en la génesis de las distintas lesiones. Este artículo consiste en una revisión bibliográfica y crítica de la literatura actual en materia de etiopatogenia de las lesiones en hombro por su alta incidencia laboral y capacidad de generar secuelas.


Abstract The basis of the forensic evaluation of an individual is to establish the relationship of causality between the story that has been told by the patient and the documented findings. The study of injury biomechanics is a tool that helps to clarify said concordance, since it involves the trauma mechanisms that are implied in the genesis of the different lesions. This article consists of a bibliographical revision and critique of the current literature about the etiopathogenesis of the shoulder lesions, since they are frequent in the work place and can generate sequels.


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Humans , Shoulder , Occupational Risks , Bursitis , Coroners and Medical Examiners , Bankart Lesions , Rotator Cuff Injuries , Shoulder Injuries , Forensic Medicine , Occupational Medicine
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Acta ortop. mex ; 33(5): 277-284, sep.-oct. 2019. tab, graf
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: biblio-1284956

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Resumen: Introducción: Los hallazgos en resonancia magnética (IRM) presentan una adecuada sensibilidad y especificidad para el diagnóstico de capsulitis adhesiva; sin embargo, existe una baja correlación diagnóstica entre la interpretación realizada en los centros de imagenología y la de la clínica de reconstrucción articular y los hallazgos quirúrgicos. Objetivo: Conocer la correlación del diagnóstico de capsulitis adhesiva por IRM entre centros de imagenología y la clínica de reconstrucción articular con posterior comprobación quirúrgica. Material y métodos: Estudio retrospectivo, observacional y comparativo en un grupo de 41 pacientes con diagnóstico de capsulitis adhesiva, comparando la concordancia de los reportes de IRM de distintos centros de imagenología y la clínica de reconstrucción articular, se corroboró quirúrgicamente en 10 casos. Se determinó el índice κ entre ambas interpretaciones y los hallazgos quirúrgicos. Resultados: La concordancia de los reportes analizados por el cirujano de hombro de la clínica de reconstrucción articular y los reportes de los centros de imagenología fue baja con un índice κ de 0.12, en todos los casos quirúrgicos se corroboró la presencia de capsulitis adhesiva, el índice κ con los reportes de los centros de imagenología fue de 0.10. Conclusión: Los hallazgos en la IRM descritos en la literatura son confiables para el diagnóstico capsulitis adhesiva. La baja concordancia con los centros de imagenología nos orienta a pensar que es una entidad subdiagnosticada por esas instituciones.


Abstract: Introduction: Despite the MRI findings present an adequate sensitivity and specificity for the diagnosis of adhesive capsulitis, there is a poor correlation between the imaging results in imaging centers and the diagnosis of a shoulder surgeon and the surgical findings. Objective: To evaluate the correlation of the diagnosis of adhesive capsulitis by MRI between imaging centers and the shoulder and elbow surgery service, with subsequent surgical verification. Material and methods: Retrospective, observational and comparative study in 41 patients with adhesive capsulitis diagnosis, the concordance among the MRI reports of different radiology cabinets and the Joint reconstruction clinic was calculated, in 10 cases the diagnosis was corroborated by surgery. The κ index was determinated between both interpretations and the surgical findings. Results: The concordance among the reports analyzed by the shoulder surgeon of the Joint reconstruction clinic and the cabinets was low, with a κ index of 0.12, in all the surgical cases the presence of adhesive capsulitis was proved with a κ index of 0.10 with respect to the cabinets reports. Conclusion: The imaging findings described in the literature are reliable for the diagnosis of adhesive capsulitis. The low concordance with the imaging cabinets leads us to think that it is an underdiagnosed entity.


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Humans , Shoulder Joint , Bursitis/diagnostic imaging , Shoulder , Magnetic Resonance Imaging , Retrospective Studies , Range of Motion, Articular
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Rev. cuba. ortop. traumatol ; 33(1): e165, ene.-jun. 2019. tab
Article in Spanish | LILACS, CUMED | ID: biblio-1093710

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RESUMEN Introducción: La terapia con ondas de choque son ondas acústicas presentes en situaciones diarias. Es un método que se emplea en la actualidad para tratar la bursitis trocantérica. Objetivo: Evaluar la efectividad de la terapia con ondas de choque en el tratamiento de la bursitis trocantérica. Métodos: Se realizó un estudio descriptivo, de corte transversal, con 46 pacientes diagnosticados con bursitis trocantérica, los cuales fueron tratados con el equipo Piezolith-3000 (ondas de choque extracorpóreas) en el Complejo Científico Ortopédico Internacional "Frank País", en el periodo comprendido entre marzo de 2014 y abril de 2018. Se realizó el análisis de las variables (edad, sexo, dolor y escala de Harris). Se obtuvieron las frecuencias absolutas y relativas, y con ellas se confeccionaron las tablas y gráficos que resumen la información estadística de la investigación. Resultados: Hubo predominio del sexo femenino (86,9 por ciento) y del grupo etario de 46 - 55 años (50 por ciento). Todos los pacientes presentaban dolor antes de la aplicación de las ondas de choque. Luego del tratamiento esta situación se revirtió y 69,5 por ciento de los enfermos dejaron de sentirlo. Según la escala de Harris, 50 por ciento de los pacientes estudiados tuvo una interpretación cualitativa de pobre (<70 puntos) antes de iniciar el tratamiento; posteriormente, solo 8,6 por ciento permanecieron con esa puntuación. Conclusiones: La terapia con las ondas de choque es una técnica no invasiva, segura y eficaz. Posibilitó una rápida recuperación de los pacientes atendidos y su incorporación a las actividades diarias(AU)


ABSTRACT Introduction: Shock wave therapy is acoustic waves present in daily situations. This method is currently used to treat trochanteric bursitis. Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of shockwave therapy in the treatment of trochanteric bursitis. Methods: A descriptive, cross-sectional study was conducted with 46 patients diagnosed with trochanteric bursitis. They were treated with Piezolith-3000 equipment (extracorporeal shock waves) at Frank País International Orthopedic Scientific Complex, from March 2014 to April 2018. The analysis of the variables (age, sex, pain and Harris scale) was performed. The absolute and relative frequencies were obtained. Tables and graphs were prepared to summarize the statistical information of the investigation. Results: There was a predominance of the female sex (86.9 percent) and the age group of 46-55 years (50 percent). All patients had pain before receiving shock waves. After treatment this situation was reversed; the pain stopped in 69.5 percent of the patients. According to Harris scale, 50 percent of the patients studied had a poor qualitative interpretation (<70 points) before starting treatment; subsequently, only 8.6 percent remained at that score. Conclusions: Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive, safe and effective technique. It enabled a rapid recovery of patients and their return into daily activities(AU)


RÉSUMÉ Introduction: Les ondes de choc extracorporelles sont des ondes acoustiques présentes dans des situations de la vie quotidienne. C'est une technique actuellement utilisée pour traiter la bursite trochantérienne. Objectif: Évaluer l'efficacité de la thérapie par ondes de choc dans le traitement de la bursite trochantérienne. Méthodes: Une étude transversale descriptive de 46 patients diagnostiqués de bursite trochantérienne, et traités par ondes de choc extracorporelles à l'aide de l'appareil Piezolith-3000, a été réalisée dans le Complexe scientifique international d'orthopédie « Frank Pais¼, pendant la période de mars 2014 et avril 2018. On a effectué une analyse des variables (âge, sexe, douleur, score de Harris). On a obtenu les fréquences absolues et relatives, et grâce à elles, on a élaboré les tableaux et graphiques abrégeant l'information statistique de la recherche. Résultats: Le sexe féminin (86.9 pourcent) et la tranche d'âge de 46-55 ans (50 pourcent ) ont prédominé. Tous les patients soufraient de douleur avant l'application des ondes de choc. Après le traitement, cette situation s'est inversée, et 69.5 pourcent des malades ont cessé de la ressentir. D'après le score de Harris, les résultats obtenus dans 50 pourcent des patients ont été considérés comme mauvais (<70 points) avant le commencement du traitement ; puis après, seulement 8.6 pourcent des patients ont conservé cette évaluation. Conclusions: La thérapie par ondes de choc extracorporelles est donc une technique non invasive, fiable et efficace. Elle a permis la récupération des patients et leur retour aux activités de la vie quotidienne(AU)


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Humans , Male , Female , Bursitis/therapy , Femur , Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy/methods
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Rev. argent. cir. plást ; 25(1): 33-36, 20190000. fig
Article in Spanish | LILACS, BINACIS | ID: biblio-1358053

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Introducción. La úlcera trocantérea es una de las lesiones por presión más frecuente y está asociada generalmente a bursitis, por lo que su tratamiento es complejo. Materiales y Métodos. Se presenta el caso de un paciente masculino de 29 años, con antecedente de lesión medular asociada a paraplejía fláccida con desarrollo de úlcera trocantérea derecha elíptica vertical. Fue abordado de forma multidisciplinaria y resuelto con resección de la patología y reconstrucción con colgajo musculocutáneo de fascia lata. Resultado. El paciente fue dado de alta al 21 día posoperatorio. No presentó dehiscencias, infecciones de la herida ni recidiva al cumplirse 6 meses de la cirugía y el resultado estético y funcional fue satisfactorio. Conclusión. El colgajo musculocutáneo de fascia lata ascendido y con cierre de V en Y es una opción segura, versátil y reproducible para la resolución de úlceras trocantéreas. Sin embargo, deben respetarse todos los pasos de la técnica para evitar así complicaciones y recidivas.


Background. Trochanteric ulcer is one of the most frequent pressure sore and is usually related with bursitis, therefore its treatment is complex. Material and Methods. We present a case of a 29 year-old male patient with medical history of spinalcord injury (SCI) related to flaccid paraplegia and the development of right trochanteric vertical elliptical sore. He was treated by a multidisciplinary team and solved by the resection of the pathology and immediate reconstruction with tensor fascia lata (TFL) musculo cutaneous flap. Results. The patient was discharged from the institution on the 21st postoperative day. With a follow-up of a 6 months period, complications such as wound infection, suture dehiscense or recurrence were not observed. Aesthetic and functional results were satisfactory. Conclusion. Ascended TFL flap with a V-Y closure is a reproducible, reliable and versatile procedure for the coverage of trochanteric pressure sore defects. However all surgical techniques tages must be considered in order to avoid complications and recurrence of the disease


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Humans , Male , Adult , Paraplegia/surgery , Bursitis/therapy , Reconstructive Surgical Procedures/methods , Pressure Ulcer/therapy , Fascia Lata/transplantation , Femur/injuries , Free Tissue Flaps/transplantation , Wound Closure Techniques
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