Items tagged “shoulder”

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Acromion

The acromion, also known as the acromial process, is a small section of the scapula that extends anteriorly from the spine of the scapula.  Gross anatomy It forms the acromioclavicular joint with the lateral third of the clavicle, and also connects with the coracoid process via the coraco-acro...
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Geyser sign (shoulder)

The geyser sign may occur in some cases of long-standing rotator cuff tear and advanced degenerative change of the shoulder.  Clinical presentation It may present as a pseudotumour above the AC joint. Pathology Chronic rotator cuff degenerative change and full-thickness tearing leads to inst...
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Epidermoid cyst in the upper arm

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Digvijay Rane
Published 16 Jul 2015
80% complete
MRI
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Biceps chondromalacia

Biceps chondromalacia is an attritional lesion of the humeral head caused by repeated abrasion by the intra-articular segment of the long head of biceps tendon. Pathology The long head of biceps brachii arises from the supraglenoid tubercle of the glenoid fossa and has an intra- and extra-arti...
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Acromioclavicular joint injury - type 5

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Henry Knipe
Published 05 Nov 2015
91% complete
X-ray
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Biceps pulley injury

Biceps pulley injuries can be challenging and difficult to diagnose. They can be missed during open and arthroscopic examination, and therefore have sometimes been referred to as a “hidden lesions”. Anatomy of Biceps Pulley: The biceps pulley or “sling” is a complex capsuloligamentous structur...
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Calcific bursitis

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Matt Skalski
Published 12 Jan 2016
98% complete
X-rayMRI
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Shoulder: annotated x-rays

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Benoudina Samir
Published 16 Jun 2016
85% complete
Annotated image
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Acromioclavicular joint injury

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Henry Knipe
Published 11 Jul 2016
83% complete
X-ray
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Anterior shoulder fracture dislocation

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Derek Smith
Published 26 Oct 2016
97% complete
X-ray
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Rotator crescent

The rotator crescent is the crescent-shaped, thin area of the distal supraspinatus and infraspinatus tendons, which are two major rotator cuff tendons. On its medial border is a thick fibrous reinforcement called the rotator cable. It is hypothesised that the rotator crescent is shielded from m...
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Isolated coracoid process apophyseal avulsion fracture

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Teun W. F. Pappot
Published 05 Apr 2017
95% complete
MRI
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Double Oreo cookie sign (glenoid labrum)

The double Oreo cookie sign refers to the presence of two hyperintense lines in the superior glenoid labrum, one of which represents a superior labral tear and the other a physiological sublabral recess 1, 2. This pattern is likened to an Oreo cookie with two layers of (white) cream and three l...
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Bankart lesion and Hill Sachs fracture

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Mostafa Mahmoud El-Feky
Published 28 Apr 2017
92% complete
MRI
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Milwaukee shoulder (early)

 Diagnosis possible
Dr Domenico Nicoletti
Published 15 Jun 2017
55% complete
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Glenoid avulsion of the glenohumeral ligament

Glenoid avulsion of the glenohumeral ligament (GAGL) is a shoulder injury that is similar to the humeral avulsion of the glenohumeral ligament (HAGL) but where the avulsion fracture is of the glenoid attachment of the inferior glenohumeral ligament rather than the humeral attachment.
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Hill-Sachs lesion

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Francis Fortin
Published 11 Jan 2018
94% complete
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Scapular hypoplasia - dentate glenoid

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Brian Gilcrease-Garcia
Published 10 Aug 2018
92% complete
X-rayCT
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Shoulder osteoarthritis

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Heba Mohamed
Published 09 Dec 2018
89% complete
MRI
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Shoulder osteoarthritis - geyser sign

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Mostafa Mahmoud El-Feky
Published 16 Jan 2019
95% complete
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