Images show the humeral head in internal rotation. It appears posteriorly displaced in relation to the glenoid. A wedge-shaped bony defect is visible in the anteromedial humeral head, There is a tear of the posteroinferior labrum (between 6 o'clock and 9 o'clock), without abnormalities of the posterior glenoid rim. There is redundant soft tissue adjacent to the humeral head defect, most likely representing a torn MGHL. High signal changes in the biceps tendon as well as within the biceps anchor, corresponding with tendinosis. The rotator cuff tendons are intact.