Chronic Shoulder Pain In An Ultimate Frisbee Athlete - Page #3
 

Lab Studies:
No labs were obtained in this case.

Other Studies:
The patient had a normal X-Ray of his right shoulder. After failure of conservative therapy, an MRI Arthrogram was performed which showed a lobulated paralabral cyst extending from the posterosuperior glenoid into the spinoglenoid notch, which communicated along the superior labrum with a glenolabral articular disruption and a partial detachment of the anterosuperior labrum from 1-3 o'clock. There was also associated infraspinatus edema which was consistent with suprascapular nerve impingement syndrome. Case Photo #1, Case Photo #2

Consultations:
Orthopedic Surgery was consulted.

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