The axial view sh...
Axial PD fat sat
The axial view shows superior extension of the anterior labral tear (reaching 12 o'clock) with contrast leakage into the subscapularis space and subcoracoid bursa. Note the middle glenohumeral ligament is normal. Also the humeral head cyst and a reversed Hill-Sachs lesion are present. No contrast leakage into bicipital tendon. The PD images also demonstrate normal cartilage covering the humeral head and glenoid bone. Abnormal increased signal intensity of subscapularis tendon is noted at its myotendinous junction. No definitive tear could be seen in other rotator cuff muscles.
System: Musculoskeletal
Modality: MRI (PD fat sat)

- “ Bankart lesions are a common cause of recurrent joint dislocation. They may be associated with different grades of SLAP tear or reversed Hill-Sach...”

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