Rotator Cuff Tears The tendon and muscles connected in forming a cuff around the shoulder is responsible for keeping the humerus, or the upper arm, attached to the scapula, or the shoulder blade CITATION Jim06 \l 1033 (Johnson). This вЂcuff’ in particular is referred to as the rotator cuff. The tendons of the rotator cuff maintain the shoulder, making sure it remains intact; meanwhile, its muscles are arranged in a manner allowing the shoulder to rotate. Injuries to the rotator cuff are common when playing sports but not necessarily limited to that area. The condition of the rotator cuff can only be defined depending on how the injury has been obtained as well as the extent of the damage done. There are specific factors to be taken into consideration; hence, the variety of rotator cuff conditions. Most common among these conditions are tears. More often than not, tears to the rotator cuff happen by accident or by natural cause that is degeneration CITATION Ame11 \l 1033 (American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons).
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