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Current concepts in the management of tendon disorders
Primary disorders of tendons are common and constitute a high proportion of referrals to rheumatologists. Certain tendons are particularly vulnerable to degenerative pathology; these include the Achilles, patella, elements of the rotator cuff, forearm extensors, biceps brachi and tibialis posterior tendons. Disorders of these tendons are often chronic and can be difficult to manage successfully in the long term. Significant advances have been made in understanding the pathophysiology of thesedoi:10.1093/rheumatology/kel046 pmid:16490749 fatcat:4qgn6vgyjbbadhwuajj3vtppv4