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Rotator Cuff Tear
Slides 13-15 are different MRI views of a patient with a rotator cuff tear. Oblique coronal STIR image shows elevation of the humeral head with relation to the glenoid fossa. The supraspinatus tendon (arrow) is torn and irregular, and it is retracted such that the musculotendinous junction (arrowhead) is displaced medially. The joint fluid is continuous with the bright fluid in the subacromial/subdeltoid bursa (s). Oblique coronal STIR image shows elevation of the humeral head with relation to the glenoid fossa. The supraspinatus tendon (arrow) is torn and irregular, and it is retracted such that the musculotendinous junction (arrowhead) is displaced medially. The joint fluid is continuous with the bright fluid in the subacromial/subdeltoid bursa (s).
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Rotator Cuff Tear
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Slides 13-15 are different MRI views of a patient with a rotator cuff tear. Oblique coronal STIR image shows elevation of the humeral head with relation to the glenoid fossa. The supraspinatus tendon (arrow) is torn and irregular, and it is retracted such that the musculotendinous junction (arrowhead) is displaced medially. The joint fluid is continuous with the bright fluid in the subacromial/subdeltoid bursa (s). Oblique coronal STIR image shows elevation of the humeral head with relation to the glenoid fossa. The supraspinatus tendon (arrow) is torn and irregular, and it is retracted such that the musculotendinous junction (arrowhead) is displaced medially. The joint fluid is continuous with the bright fluid in the subacromial/subdeltoid bursa (s).
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03-19-0015
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MRI
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Black & White
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03-19-0015.jpg
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