Progress in Biomechanical Study of Rotator Cuff Repair
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    The rotator cuff is an important structure to maintain movement and dynamic stability of the shoulder joint. Rotator cuff injury changes its unique biomechanical effects, resulting in shoulder pain and mobility disorders. Although great progress has been made in suture technology and fixation method, the rate of postoperative retear is still very high. Understanding the biomechanical mechanism of normal rotator cuff and restoring the special biomechanical effect of rotator cuff after injury are the key to prevent postoperative retear. This article reviewed biomechanical researches on rotator cuff repair in recent years, in order to provide some theoretical guidance for clinical operation.

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FU Xiawei, WANG Zimin. Progress in Biomechanical Study of Rotator Cuff Repair[J]. Journal of medical biomechanics,2023,38(2):396-401

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  • Received:September 19,2022
  • Revised:October 14,2022
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  • Online: April 25,2023
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