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Joint

Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
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When sitting with a slouched posture, the shoulder joint space is compressed and all those structures get further compressed whenever you reach up.
Patients baseline investigations including random blood sugar level, HbA1c, thyroid profile and ultrasound of shoulder joint was also carried out to determine the possible etiology of AC.
She was suffering from hypertension and had right sided shoulder joint pain 100/100 on VAS.
In our case, the local anesthetic was injected in a cephaloposterior position to target mainly the posterior and lateral cords that provide innervation to the shoulder joint. In addition, we used a perineural dexmedetomidine/local anesthetic combination to potentially decrease the total dose of local anesthetic administered, while prolonging analgesia [12].
A stable shoulder joint is required when arms are performing necessary functions, and it improves patients' quality of life.
In this study, we intended to evaluate the epidemiology of pain in and around the shoulder joint complex which included articular pain like adhesive capsulitis, acromioclavicular joint arthritis, sternoclavicular joint arthritis and soft tissue rheumatic symptoms around shoulder joint complex like regional myofascial pain around shoulder joint complex, rotator cuff disease and bursitis, neurological conditions which presented as pain around the shoulder joint complex like C5 radiculopathy and plexitis, and miscellaneous conditions like malignancy which presented with pain around shoulder.
In addition to the lack of shoulder joint muscle underneath to support
The shoulder joint's peak upward impact force was the highest among the other upper extremity joints.
Posterior dislocation of the shoulder joint is a rare injury which occurs in less than 2% of all shoulder dislocations.
A shoulder joint can be even more prone to being destabilized and experiencing accelerated wear compared to hips and knees, as the muscles and ligaments which surround it are relatively smaller and weaker.
On physical examination, the right shoulder joint was swollen.