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Painful arc syndrome

A condition in which pain is felt when the arm is raised between roughly 45-160 degrees from the side.  The common cause is an inflamed bursar or tendon in the shoulder joint that is being squeezed between the scapula (shoulderblade) and humerus (the upper arm bone).  Treatment includes injections of corticosteroid drugs and physiotherapy.  


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