Coracoclavicular joint

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Diagnosis almost certain


Asymptomatic patient, for annual health check up

Patient Data

Age: 74
Gender: Male

There is coraco-clavicular articulation on both the sides. The left side coraco-clavicular shows no significant degenerative changes with smooth margins. However, the right sided coraco-clavicular joint shows degenerative changes with mild osteophytic changes.

Case Discussion

Coracoclavicular joint is formed between the coracoid process of scapula and the conoid tubercle of clavicle.

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