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The most common tendinous lesion at the shoulder.
Characterised by a full range of passive movement and pain on resisted abduction.
* The lesion is usually at the tenoperiostal insertion on the greater tuberosity. The following options are possible:
* Exceptionally, the lesion is at the musculotendinous junction . In this case, there is only pain on resisted abduction (4)
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