Shoulder Pain: Fat Or Fiction? - Page #3
 

Other Studies:
1. X-ray Case Photo #2 of the left shoulder: No fractures or dislocations. Mild AC joint arthritis.
2. MRI Case Photo #3 of Left Upper Extremity: 3 x 2.9 x 9 centimeters (AP, transverse, craniocaudal) intramuscular mass in the lateral aspect of the brachialis extending into the lateral head of the triceps. The mass is mostly well-defined but contains multiple lobulations and internal septations in the cranial aspect. No osseous invasion. Possible fatty tumor.

Consultations:
Surgery for biopsy

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