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Jonathan Fenton, MD, FRCS,

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WorkSafeBC / September 2013

The groin is defined as the area where the upper thigh and lower abdomen meet. In examining this area, it’s important to know the local anatomy and the referral patterns of pain from distant structures. One way of... Read More

WorkSafeBC / March 2008

Diagnosis and treatment of calcific tendonitis Calcific tendonitis is a condition of calcium deposits within the rotator cuff tendons. The name is a misnomer because calcium, while appearing on an X-ray, may not... Read More

WorkSafeBC / December 2007

Biceps muscle injuries in the workplace: Is surgery advised? Biceps muscle injuries, even dis­tal ones, are more common in the workplace than you might think. WorkSafeBC typically receives about one distal biceps... Read More