About Bursitis in Shoulder
This article briefly discusses bursitis in shoulder and bursitis shoulder pain.
Shoulder bursitis is sometimes also referred to as impingement syndrome.
The shoulder is a complex joint comprising of several bones, muscles and ligaments. Between the top of the arm bone (humerus) and the tip of the shoulder (acromion), there are tendons of the rotator cuff as well as the bursa which protects these tendons. When this bursa gets inflamed, then the result is bursitis of the shoulder.
In a normal situation, the said tendons are able to slide effortlessly within the joint. When the tendons and bursa get inflamed, they thicken, and this causes a loss of space in the area. When the space then becomes too narrow to accommodate the bursa and tendons, then every movement of these parts between the bones is accompanied by pinching, hence the term impingement syndrome.
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Symptoms Bursitis Shoulder
Some of the major signs and symptoms of bursitis in shoulder are:
Diagnosis Shoulder Pain Bursitis
Typically, in diagnosing bursitis in shoulder, the physician will take down the possible causes of the condition, as well as the patients signs and symptoms, and then carry out a thorough physical examination of the shoulder region.
If necessary, other diagnostic tools such as MRI scan, bone scan and x-ray may also be carried out.
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