An Unusual Cause Of Anterior Shoulder Pain - Page #3
 

Lab Studies:
No lab studies were obtained.

Other Studies:
On x-ray, a small ossicle was noted adjacent to the coracoid process. Musculoskeletal ultrasound demonstrated hypoechoic regions in the subacromial and subcoracoid bursae. Additionally, MRI Case Photo #1 demonstrated a reduced coracohumeral interval, with severe distension of the subcoracoid and superior subscapularis bursae with synovial debris and reactive changes, and moderate to severe subscapularis tendinosis.

Consultations:
No consultations were obtained.

Click here to continue. Challenge yourself by writing down a revised, working diagnosis before moving to the next slide.


NOTE: For more information, please contact the AMSSM, 11639 Earnshaw, Overland Park, KS 66210, (913) 327-1415.
 

© The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
4000 W. 114th Street, Suite 100
Leawood, KS 66211
Phone: 913.327.1415


Website created by the computer geek