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Arthrographic joint distension with saline and steroid improves function and reduces pain in patients with painful stiff shoulder: results of a randomised, double blind, placebo controlled trial
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  1. R Buchbinder,
  2. S Green,
  3. A Forbes,
  4. S Hall,
  5. G Lawler

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    Objective: To determine whether arthrographic distension with a mixture of saline and steroid, in patients with painful stiff shoulder for at least 3 months, is better than placebo in improving function, pain, and range of motion at 3, 6, and 12 weeks.

    Methods: A randomised, placebo controlled trial with participant and outcome assessor blinding …

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