Modality: X-ray
Frontal
Modality: X-ray (Frontal)

- “ Lipohaemarthrosis seen on plain radiographs is unusual in the glenohumeral joint, although in one series it was seen in 25% of cases. It was first...”

Used in the following articles:

  • Lipohaemarthrosis - “ Lipohaemarthrosis results from an intra-articular fracture with escape of fat and blood from the bone marrow into the joint, and is most frequentl...”
  • Shoulder dislocation - “ In a shoulder dislocation, there is separation of the humerus from the glenoid of the scapula at the glenohumeral joint. This article contains a ...”
  • Anterior shoulder dislocation - “ Anterior shoulder dislocation is by far the commonest type of dislocation and usually results from forced abduction, external rotation and extensi...”
  • Shoulder radiograph (an approach) - “ Shoulder radiographs are common films to see in the Emergency Department, especially at the weekend after sporting events. Systematic review Gle...”
  • Joint effusion - “ This article is dedicated to the humble joint effusion, particularly the plain radiographic appearances. A joint effusion is defined as an increa...”
  • Acromiohumeral interval - “ Acromiohumeral interval is a useful and reliable measurement on AP shoulder radiographs and when narrowed is indicative of rotator cuff tear or te...”

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