Methylprednisolone is more effective than tenoxicam for subacromial impingment
A double-blind randomised controlled study comparing subacromial injection of tenoxicam or methylprednisolone in patients with subacromial impingementJ Bone Joint Surg Br. 2010 Jan;92(1):77-82.
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58 patients with subacromial impingement were randomized to determine the efficacy of a subacromial injection of tenoxicam compared to methylprednisolone. Participants were followed-up for 6 weeks regarding functional outcome measures. The results indicated that methylprednisolone injections offered a significantly greater improvement compared to tenoxicam.
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