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PurposeThe objective of this study is to assess tendon integrity, shoulder function and subscapularis (SCP) power in comparison to the contralateral normal shoulder after arthroscopic SCP repair using the SICK stitch technique.MethodsThis study assessed 32 patients with arthroscopically repaired SCP lesions. The mean age was 63.3years. All patients were assessed with a clinical examination and ultrasound pre and postoperatively. Shoulder function was evaluated using specific clinical tests anddoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-411604/v1 fatcat:nxwn4vbgbrh5nbgbvrvk3rdbse