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SHOULDER MSK MRI RADIOLOGY: We regularly post on Shoulder MRI and our Shoulder MRI Courses with all the posts on this page.

 

Shoulder MRI can be difficult due to the complex anatomy. In our posts we have concise explanation of the Shoulder MRI anatomy, the macroscopic pathology that’s relevant to the Imaging and the Imaging findings in various pathologies.

 

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MRI SUPRASPINATUS TEAR: THE LEADING EDGE WHERE & WHAT TO LOOK FOR & HOW TO REPORT (VIDEO)

Supraspinatus Tear MRI: These can be seen in different locations of supraspinatus and one specific location is the Leading edge of Supraspinatus.   Leading Edge Supraspinatus Tear MRI: where to look and what to look for   Today’s Tuesday tip is our YouTube Video on the Leading Edge of Supraspinatus where tears are easily missed …

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MRI IGHL CAPSULITIS: FROZEN SHOULDER/ADHESIVE CAPSULITIS (VIDEO)

IGHL CAPSULITIS: MRI findings of Adhesive capsulitis also know as Frozen Shoulder.   Today’s Tuesday tip is our YouTube Video on the MRI findings of IGHL capsulitis also know as Frozen Shoulder or Adhesive Capsulitis. It’s a condition that is easy to diagnose, but often missed because we don’t specifically look there. This 1 minute …

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Rotator Cuff Tendon Tear on MRI : Dont miss the Leading Edge of Suprasinatus

Today’s Tuesday Tip is on How to find Supraspinatus Rotator Cuff tears on MRI. One of the easy to miss locations for a supraspinatus tendon tear is at the leading edge of the SST. In this video we look at what the leading edge is and how to find it.     Whats the Purpose …

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MRI GLENOID CARTILAGE: WHERE & WHAT TO LOOK FOR SHOULDER DISLOCATIONS

GLENOID CARTILAGE MRI :What to look for and where to look for chondral damage in shoulder dislocations.   GLENOID CARTILAGE MRI : Glenoid cartilage damage can be seen with anterior and posterior shoulder dislocations on MRI and are part of the so called GLAD lesions.  Its important to first recognize the normal appearance of glenoid …

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Glenohumeral Ligaments MRI Anatomy: Middle Gleno Humeral Ligament How to identify the Gleno Humeral Ligaments made Easy…er

MGHL: How to identify the Gleno Humeral Ligaments made Easy…er Identifying the gleno humeral ligaments on MRI can be challenging as they are small and on lower field strength scanners there is inadequate resolution to see them properly. However if we understand the anatomy of the ligaments it becomes easier to know where to look  …

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THREE TYPES OF ACROMIAL SPURS ON MRI: WHERE TO LOOK AND WHAT TO LOOK FOR

ACROMIAL SPURS ON MRI: 3 APPEARANCES ON MRI Acromial spurs can be quite small and difficult to visualize on MRI. They are enthesophytes that arise from traction at the attachment sites of the Coraco Acromial Ligament and Deltoid. This post looks at the three locations and most common appearances of spurs arising from the lateral …

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