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Acromio-clavicular (A-C) joint strain

Acromio-clavicular (A-C) joint strain

The acromio-clavicular joint is a part of the shoulder joint which can get injured in contact sports or be one of the manifestations of diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, systemic sclerosis, etc. The person has pain in the affected shoulder which may also be swollen. Damage to nerves and blood vessels in this area that supply the rest of the arm may result in loss of sensation and inability to move the arm, hands and/or fingers.

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