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1.what does this mild tendinopathy of the pupraspininatus. 2. Supraspinatus

1.what does this mild tendinopathy of the pupraspininatus. 2. Supraspinatus tendinopathy may be exacerated by degenerative change at the acromioclavicular joint. 3. Fluid in the subacromial bursa may be reactive from rotator cuff tendinopathy cuff tendinopathy or a mild bursitis.           
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