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Peripheral nerve entrapment, occupation-related syndromes, sports injuries, bursitis, and soft-tissue problems of the shoulder.

In this review, three areas are highlighted: knee injuries due to athletic events, carpal tunnel syndrome, and shoulder problems, especially glenoid labral tears. In patients with chronic anterior cruciate ligament insufficiency, an increasing incidence of meniscal tears was seen. A Finnish study showed that athletes from all types of competitive sports are at a slightly increased risk of requiring hospital care because of osteoarthritis of the hip, knee, or ankle. A number of studies on the electrodiagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome were published, and some of these are reviewed. The shoulder continues to be an intriguing but troublesome joint both to patients and physicians. A biopsy study of the subacromial bursa is reviewed, and several cases of suprascapular nerve entrapment were presented this year, again calling attention to this underrecognized entity. Finally, several articles on tears of the glenoid labrum are reviewed here, especially those focusing on the tear of the superior segment of the labrum from the anterior to the posterior aspects.[1]

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