Calcific bursitis is the calcification of the bursa caused by chronic inflammation of the bursa. Calcific bursitis most commonly occurs in the shoulder. Calcific bursitis treatment includes medication for inflammation, ice, immobilization, cortisone injections, and occasionally surgical removal of the inflamed bursa. Read more: Calcific Bursitis Article
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Calcific Bursitis - Experience
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Calcific Bursitis - Symptoms
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Calcific Bursitis - Treatment
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Calcific Bursitis - Prevention
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