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Tears of the rotator cuff of the shoulder associated with pathological changes in the acromion. A study in cadavera. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1988;70:1224–1230. Paley KJ, Jobe FW, Pink MM, Kvitne RS, ElAttrache NS. Arthroscopic findings in the overhand throwing athlete: evidence for posterior internal impingement of the rotator cuff. Arthroscopy 2000;16:35–40. Perry SM, Getz CL, Soslowsky LJ. After rotator cuff tears, the remaining (intact) tendons are mechanically altered. J Shoulder Elbow Surg 2009;18:52–57.
Yamanaka and coworkers (1994) performed a study observing the natural history of partial-thickness rotator cuff tears and were one of the first to document progression of joint-sided, partial-thickness tears to full-thickness tears, supporting the theory that most full-thickness tears are a result of partial rotator cuff tear progression. Internal impingement, as first described by Walch and coworkers (1992) as well as Jobe and coworkers (Paley et al. 2000), is another cause of articular-sided tears.
The authors believed that it remained controversial whether os acromiale was a pathological condition leading to rotator cuff tears (Boehm et al. 2005) (Fig. 6). Similar to coracoid impingement, it is unlikely that an os acromiale is a significant contributor to the development of rotator cuff disease in all individuals, but maintaining it in the differential diagnosis will decrease the likelihood of missing this extrinsic cause of rotator cuff disease in a patient presenting with a history of shoulder pain and dysfunction.