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An evidence-based review of current perceptions with regard to the subacromial space in shoulder impingement syndromes : is it important and what influences it?

(2015) CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS. 30(7). p.641-648
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3-DIMENSIONAL SCAPULAR KINEMATICS, MUSCLE RECRUITMENT PATTERNS, ROTATOR, CUFF TENDINOPATHY, GLENOHUMERAL JOINT, HUMERAL HEAD, IN-VIVO, ACROMIOHUMERAL DISTANCE, INTERNAL IMPINGEMENT, BIOMECHANICAL MODEL, GLENOID INCLINATION, Ubacromial space, Shoulder impingement, Acromiohumeral distance, Rotator, cuff impingement, Biomechanical mechanisms

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Mackenzie, Tanya Anne, Lee Herrington, Ian Horlsey, and Ann Cools. 2015. “An Evidence-based Review of Current Perceptions with Regard to the Subacromial Space in Shoulder Impingement Syndromes : Is It Important and What Influences It?” Clinical Biomechanics 30 (7): 641–648.
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Mackenzie, Tanya Anne, Herrington, L., Horlsey, I., & Cools, A. (2015). An evidence-based review of current perceptions with regard to the subacromial space in shoulder impingement syndromes : is it important and what influences it? CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS, 30(7), 641–648.
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Mackenzie TA, Herrington L, Horlsey I, Cools A. An evidence-based review of current perceptions with regard to the subacromial space in shoulder impingement syndromes : is it important and what influences it? CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS. 2015;30(7):641–8.
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Mackenzie, Tanya Anne, Lee Herrington, Ian Horlsey, et al. “An Evidence-based Review of Current Perceptions with Regard to the Subacromial Space in Shoulder Impingement Syndromes : Is It Important and What Influences It?” CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS 30.7 (2015): 641–648. Print.
@article{8506211,
  author       = {Mackenzie, Tanya Anne and Herrington, Lee and Horlsey, Ian and Cools, Ann},
  issn         = {0268-0033},
  journal      = {CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS},
  keyword      = {3-DIMENSIONAL SCAPULAR KINEMATICS,MUSCLE RECRUITMENT PATTERNS,ROTATOR,CUFF TENDINOPATHY,GLENOHUMERAL JOINT,HUMERAL HEAD,IN-VIVO,ACROMIOHUMERAL DISTANCE,INTERNAL IMPINGEMENT,BIOMECHANICAL MODEL,GLENOID INCLINATION,Ubacromial space,Shoulder impingement,Acromiohumeral distance,Rotator,cuff impingement,Biomechanical mechanisms},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {7},
  pages        = {641--648},
  title        = {An evidence-based review of current perceptions with regard to the subacromial space in shoulder impingement syndromes : is it important and what influences it?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.clinbiomech.2015.06.001},
  volume       = {30},
  year         = {2015},
}

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