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From: Case report - calcification of the medial collateral ligament of the knee with simultaneous calcifying tendinitis of the rotator cuff

Dates Relevant Past Medical History and Interventions
  50-year-old caucasian woman, non-smoker, with no other notable family or medical history for any pathological condition. Systemic diseases such as gout, systemic sclerosis, dermatomyositis, and sarcoidosis or any metabolic or endocrine disorders. There were no past trauma incidents.
25.11.1997 She had suffered from calcifying tendinitis in both of her shoulder joints 17 years ago. Back then, the x-ray pictures had shown calcification bodies near to the greater tubercle. These lesions had been treated successfully using shockwaves at that time, and had not reappeared since then.
Dates Summaries from Initial and Follow-up Visits Diagnostic Testing (including dates) Interventions
Since September 2013 history of severe, recurrent pain episodes in her right knee   
10.12.2013 a calcifying lesion of the MCL was diagnosed x-rays, ultrasound, MRI conservative management included analgesics, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, electro-therapy and shock wave therapy
18.09.2014 Due to failure of conservative treatment regimes, we recommended surgery   arthroscopy followed by an open procedure with removal of the calcified lesion.
04.03.2015 rupture of the supraspinatus tendon. MRI shoulder arthroscopy with a rotator cuff repair
Clinical examination and radiographic evaluation demonstrated no signs of recurrence without any clinical symptoms x-rays