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Caution must be exercised in interpreting test findings. In patients with Cushing's disease, endogenous ACTH and cortisol production should be suppressed with high-dose (8-mg) dexamethasone, but the test lacks specificity, a clear cutoff value and diagnostic accuracy. 3 , 6 , 19 , 24 , 25 In fact, the pretest probability of finding a pituitary cause for ACTH-dependent Cushing's syndrome (85 to 90 percent) may exceed the diagnostic accuracy of the test. 4 , 25 Microadenomas are more likely to demonstrate high-dose dexamethasone suppression than macroadenomas (92 versus 56 percent in one study). 26

I so sympathise with your predicament. I cringe thinking how painful it must have been to over-do the stretching...definitely a no no in my view! With two FS at the same time...my dominant shoulder the worst, I was in a fine quandary and had to have help dressing etc. With GENTLE physio began to progress well, but then further injured my lesser affected arm. Now the left arm is worse than the right, and has been for some time. It seems to me that whilst there is inflammation, ALL the affected tissue should be rested, with to the point of pain exercises. My main problem was trying to sleep at night. It was only on reading 'Frosty's' message that I appreciated the overall approach necessary for improvement. It is not only the shoulder that needs tending...attitude also needs to change. On returning to physio sessions after a three week break, I immediately noticed that this made my shoulders MORE stiff...four days before I could even do the exercises I'd done well before. Progress is a wobbly line! I wear shoulder warmers at home, and have now managed to do without analgesia. Nights are still a problem, BUT, I take a couple of 'KALMS' (herbal relaxant) a couple of hours before sleeping, and for the past five nights, have managed to get 7 consecutive hours of uninterrupted sleep (even my habit of getting up to pee seems to have stopped!) So PLEASE do not give up, just read all and try everything that makes sense to you...most of all, trust your knowledge about treatment of inflammation, as far as I can see, the rules have not changed! This will stand you in good stead. Someone gave me a visual to consider...imagining a fiber-optic cable with a certain amount of fiber strands snapped inside the cable. More of these strands can snap with over stretching, but the fimbriating ends can heal given the chance to reattached themselves. This picture gives me comfort, so am not about to over-do the stretching!

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