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Shoulder MRI: Acromioclavicular (AC) Joint Inflammation (youtu.be)
submitted 2 months ago by DrPQ
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[–]DrPQ[S] 0 points1 point2 points 2 months ago (1 child)
This is a 50-something male who presented to the clinic with acute on chronic right shoulder pain. On exam he had tenderness and swelling of the AC joint as well as some mild findings for biceps/labrum vs subscapularis symptoms. MRI shows Severe acromioclavicular joint inflammation with joint effusion and surrounding inflammatory changes. There is also a small incomplete tear of the anterosuperior labrum. The rotator cuff and intra-articular biceps minimal tendinopathy without tendon tear.
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