303 – Impingement Syndrome

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Impingement syndrome is a condition that comprises the coracoacromial arch by compressing the tissues beneath it. The coracoacromial arch is made up of the acromion, the coracoid process and the coracoacromial ligament which joins the two. The tissues that usually become compressed in this condition are the supraspinatus tendon and the subacromial bursa, but can […]

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