Recent Examples of rotator cuff from the Web
Hollander thinks stem cell bandages are extremely promising not just for knees, but also a range of soft tissue repairs, from rotator cuffs to mothers’ anal sphincters torn in labor.
My rotator cuffs were on fire, and waves started coming up over my kayak.
Foster, who had offseason rotator cuff surgery and a diluted drug test at the NFL Combine, stood out immediately in training camp and is expected to be a big part of Sean Francisco’s defense.
The lack of strength on downfield throws is due to the rotator cuff injury.
Scully went into a windup and stopped, feigning a rotator cuff injury.
Kennedy did not place the blame on the rotator cuff fatigue that dogged him in late August and early September, causing him to miss 11 days before his last start.
After an unsuccessful rehabilitation, Wright had an operation to fix his right rotator cuff in early September.
But that gap will be much harder to close with the news Saturday that Jimmy Nelson, their best starter this year, will miss the rest of the season with a rotator cuff strain and partial anterior labrum tear.
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Definition of rotator cuff for English Language Learners
medical : a group of muscles and tendons that are around your shoulder and that allow it to move in all directions
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