The double axillary pouch sign is a collection of fluid between a torn anteroinferior glenoid labrum and the glenoid rim, giving the appearance of a second axillary pouch.
The sign is seen best with MR arthrography on the coronal view, and is considered by some, a very specific sign for an anterior labral tear.
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