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Diagnosis of shoulder complaints requires better clinical examination skills

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Better training in orthopaedic examination is needed to diagnose common shoulder complaints—a third of joint problems in the UK—a case note review has suggested.

The 10 month review of 130 consecutive patients in one diagnosis and treatment centre correlated preoperative diagnoses based on clinical examination of the shoulder by specialist …

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