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A 47-year-old man initially presented to the orthopaedic clinic describing symptoms of moderate shoulder pain of 3 years duration. He had pain on abduction of 60–130° with positive impingement signs.
Radiographs showed calcification in the region of supraspinatus tendon (figure 1). An ultrasound scan of shoulder demonstrated intratendinous calcification in the distal part of supraspinatus tendon …
Contributors GR and NH: wrote the manuscript; CP and NJP: edited the manuscript.
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