*Corresponding author:Zhiwei Yang, The affiliated Suzhou Science & Technology Town Hospital of Nanjing Medical University, Suzhou, China
Received: January 02, 2020; Published: January 08, 2020
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The rotator cuff (RC) mainly contains four muscles and their tendons: infraspinatus, supraspinatus, teres minor and the subscapularis . These four muscles and their tendons surround the shoulder joint . It is a group of muscles start from the scapular and attach around the humeral head, forming a cuff at the anatomical neck of the humeral head. The main function of the RC is to stabilize and activate the glenohumeral joint (ibid). The RC primarily performs three types of movement: abduction, external rotation and internal rotation. Previous studies report that there is no strong evidence that the RC contributes to glenohumeral movement (ibid).
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