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In a perfect world, this means such patients should be examined for cuff tears on the same day.
Meniscal tears were evaluated for their site (anterior horn, body and posterior horn), plane (inner 1/3rd and outer 2/3rd), grade and configuration (horizontal, longitudinal, radial, root, complex, bucket-handle tears and displaced).
GLANDS in the eyelids make an oil that slows the evaporation of tears between blinks.
The frequency and severity of LT tears in dancers increased with older age (p = 0.
Older people are more likely to have degenerative meniscus tears.
Published in 2007, the Dry Eye Workshop (DEWS) describes dry eye as "a multi-factorial disease of the tears and ocular surface which results in symptoms of discomfort, visual disturbance and tear film instability, with potential damage to the ocular surface.
The accuracy of diagnosing or ruling out rotator cuff disease is dependent on user experience--both in terms of performing the ultrasound and interpreting the results--and may be less reliable for detecting partial thickness rotator cuff tears.
Labral tears can occur from an acute, sudden-onset injury or chronic injury that occurs over time.
This is common in older adults, and your eyes compensate by producing more tears.
They lubricate the eyes and remove bugs to prevent infection, but scientists in Slovakia think tears could also help reveal what's going on inside your body - before other symptoms become obvious.