MR Left Shoulder.
MR Left Shoulder Arthrogram.
Axial, oblique coronal, and oblique sagittal long TR images of the left shoulder were obtained.
Axial, oblique coronal, and oblique sagittal long TR and coronal T1 images of the left shoulder were obtained.
Axial, oblique sagittal, & oblique coronal long TR and axial & oblique coronal short TR images were obtained after the fluoroscopically guided injection of dilute intra-articular gadolinium.
There is no complete or bursal/articular sided partial rotator cuff tear. The subscapularis constituent of the rotator cuff is intact.
No bursal effusion or thickening is seen.
There is no muscular tear, contusion, or atrophy.
There are mild degenerative changes of the acromioclavicular joint. A type 2 acromion configuration is noted. There is no anterior or lateral acromial downsloping.
There are no fractures or regions of abnormal bone marrow signal intensity.
The biceps tendon is normally situated within the bicipital groove. No complete or partial biceps tendon tear is present.
There is no glenohumeral joint effusion.
No focal hyaline cartilage defects are noted. No Hill-Sachs, reverse Hill-Sachs, or bony Bankart lesions are seen.
There are no SLAP or soft tissue Bankart lesions. No paralabral cysts are seen.
No capsular or ligamentous abnormality is seen.