- Leakage of cont...
Coronal PD fat sat
- Leakage of contrast from the joint space into the humeral bone cyst suggesting presence of an intraosseous synovial cyst. - The axillary pouch looks OK and the inferior glenohumeral ligament is normal. - The fluid signal of the subacromial bursa is present with no definitive contrast leakage through the supraspinatus tendon.
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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