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Folia Medica Indonesiana

ISSN 0303-7932

Vol. 50 / No. 1 / Published : 2014-01

TOC : 12, and page :52 - 57

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Influence of weightlifting on the emergence of partial and full thickness rotator cuff tear detected by ultrasound imaging

Author :

  1. Rosy Setiawati*1
  2. Paulus Rahardjo*2
  3. Bambang Hartono*3
  1. Dosen Fakultas Kedokteran
  2. Dosen Fakultas Kedokteran
  3. Dosen Fakultas Kedokteran

Abstract :

Rotator cuff injury refers to impingement syndrome (tendonitis and bursitis) and rotator cuff tear. Rotator cuff tears are mostcommon causes of shoulder pain in people over 40 years old and less in people under 40 years old. Causes and risk factors of arotator cuff tear are repetitive overuse, heavy lifting, trauma, degeneration, narrowing of the acromioclavicular space and rubbingof the cuff surface on the top of the shoulder bone. USG findings are marked by tears of the rotator cuff tendons and are classified aseither partial thickness tear or a full thickness tear. The purpose of this study is to compare the frequency of the rotator cuff tear inmilitary group with non-military group. Military group are considered engaging in heavy activity. The research is observationalanalytic with cross sectional design for two population. Military group is Batalyon Intai Amphibi I Marine and non-military groupare medical co assistant, resident radiology, staff company that in accordance with inclusion criteria. All of samples were examindwith ultrasonography of right and left shoulder in RSUD Dr. Soetomo at December 2010 until March 2011. Total respondences are60 respondences, consist of 30 respondence of the military group and 30 respondence of the non-military group, which 6 of 30persons of the military group were positive rotator cuff tear (p=0.024). In this research, all of the rotator cuff tear are partialthickness tear. Other findings from shoulder ultrasound were tendinitis and chronic bursitis. As concluded, activity and heavy liftingare factor that influence and induce the rotator cuff tear. (FMI 2014;50:52-57)

Keyword :

Rotator cuff tear, activity and heavy lifting,


References :

  1. Crass JR, Craig EV, Feinberg SB, (1988). Ultrasonography of rotator cuff tears: a review of 500 diagnostic studies. - : J Clin Ultrasound
  2. Zehetgruber H, Lang T, Wurnig C, (2002). Distinction between supraspinatus, infraspinatus and subscapularis tendon tears with ultrasound in 332 surgically confirmed cases. - : Ultrasound Med Biol


   


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