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MRI SHOULDER DENERVATION: QUADRILATERAL SPACE SYNDROME AND DISLOCATION

Denervation around the Shoulder: Quadrilateral Space Syndrome and Dislocation.   This post looks at denervation of the Axillary Nerve in  Quadrilateral Space Syndrome and Axillary nerve damage post shoulder dislocation both of which are less common causes of denervation around the shoulder. They have a particular distribution so recognizing the muscles involved gives you the …

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SPINE TRAUMA RADIOLOGY: HOW TO Dx A FACET DISLOCATION ON CT (VIDEO)

SPINE TRAUMA RADIOLOGY: FACET DISLOCATION ON CT FACET DISLOCATION ON CT:   Spinal trauma can result in a number of abnormalities of the facet joints ranging from Diastasis, Subluxation, Perched Facets and eventually to Dislocation or Locked Facets.   In this short video we look at the normal appearance of the facet joints, how that …

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BICEPS DISLOCATION MRI SHOULDER RADIOLOGY

BICEPS DISLOCATION MRI SHOULDER RADIOLOGY DISCUSSION ON BICEPS DISLOCATION Extra articular Biceps dislocation. This is an Extra articular Biceps dislocation into a partial tear the Subscapularis tendon. FINDINGS IN BICEPS DISLOCATION Empty Bicipital Groove (Blue arrow).   Biceps tendon dislocated (Pink arrow).   Partial tear of Subscapularis tendon (Green arrow). High signal is seen within the …

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KNEE MRI PATELLA DISLOCATION SUBLUXATION

KNEE MRI PATELLA DISLOCATION SUBLUXATION DISCUSSION PATELLA DISLOCATION Patella Dislocation Subluxation MRI.  There has been a recent Patella dislocation with classical contra coup bone bruising and torn MPFL/ medial retinaculum.   The best clue to patella dislocation / subluxation on MRI is the presence of the contra coup bone bruising in the patella and femur. …

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