Napoleon Test

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A clinical test used to evaluate rotator cuff injuries; a positive Napoleon test indicates a subscapularis tear
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Napoleon signs the Concordat with Pope Pius VII (July 15th): Catholicism is re-established as the 'religion of the majority of Frenchmen'.
Napoleon signed his Rambouillet Decree, ordering seizure and confiscation of all American shipping in any French port.
Napoleon signs Concordat with Pope Pius VII (Sept 10th) -- Catholicism was re-established as the 'religion of the majority of Frenchmen'.