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SHOULDER MRI MIDDLE GLENO HUMERAL LIGAMENT

MIDDLE GLENO HUMERAL LIGAMENT MRI SHOULDER MGHL DISCUSSION ON MGHL This is the normal MGHL (Middle Gleno Humeral Ligament). It lies adjacent and anterior to the labrum (Green arrow) and extends inferiorly to join the anterior capsule (Blue arrow) deep to subscapularis. FINDINGS IN MGHL Well defined low signal structure (Pink arrows) adjacent to 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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ANKLE MRI OS PERONEUM: WHAT IS THE DX

MOVE SLIDER ICON (ARROWS) LEFT TO SEE THE DIAGNOSIS FINDINGS Well corticated ossified structure adjacent to the calcaneo cuboid articulation.. DIAGNOSIS Os peroneum.Ossicle within the Peroneus Longus Tendon at the level of the Calcaneo Cuboid joint. Can be single, bipartite or multipartite. IMAGES ARE FROM OUR INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT. CLICK ICON BELOW TO SEE ALL OUR …

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MRI FILUM TERMINALE SPINE: WHAT IS THE DX

MOVE SLIDER ICON (ARROWS) LEFT TO SEE THE DIAGNOSIS FINDINGS Bright T1 Linear fatty structure (Pink arrows) in the centre of the canal in the expected location of the filum terminale. DIAGNOSIS FATTY FILUM. Typical appearance of linear T1 hyper-intensity along course of filum terminale. No evidence of tethering of the cord. IMAGES ARE FROM OUR …

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