Recent Examples of rotator cuff from the Web
The Cardinals receiver got a little too emotional after an Arizona win at Seattle in December 2016, and his celebratory, sideline bear hug on his coach resulted in a torn rotator cuff.
Around the horn: An MRI performed on right-hander Gabriel Ynoa on Friday revealed only rotator cuff inflammation, but Ynoa could receive a cortisone injection to relief the inflammation.
But the capsule and the rotator cuff had to be repaired as well.
The left elbow — and forearm, labrum, rotator cuff and all other body parts needed to throw a baseball — felt fine for every pitch during spring training.
And maybe that rotator cuff gets tested a little more.
After retiring in 2011, Edge was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2012, and Hardy, who is currently rehabbing after surgery for a torn rotator cuff, will one day be enshrined along with his brother.
Carpal tunnel, tension neck syndrome, rotator cuff tendonitis and mechanical back syndrome are most common.
His season was later derailed by a rotator cuff strain.
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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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