Low lying acromion

Last revised by Dr Francis Deng on 31 Aug 2021

A low lying acromion is a type of acromioclavicular joint configuration where the inferior cortex of the acromion lies below the inferior cortex of the clavicle. This can cause narrowing of the subacromial space and in turn in lead to subacromial impingement

Differential diagnosis

On imaging consider

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