ISAKOS: Frozen shoulder manipulation under anaesthesia vs arthroscopic release
Manipulation Under Anaesthesia With Steroid Injection Vs. Arthroscopic Release for Frozen Shoulder - A Prospective Randomised Study
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78 patients with idiopathic frozen shoulder were randomized to undergo treatment via manipulation under anaesthesia (MUA) in conjunction with a steroid injection technique or an arthroscopic release method, in order to determine which approach provided better functional results. After evaluations over an average follow-up period of 14.6 months, results indicated that Oxford Shoulder and DASH score...
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