MRI Shoulder

Clinical Information:



Multiplane PD, PD fat sat and T1 images were obtained through the ____ shoulder.




Rotator Cuff:  The supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis and teres minor tendons have a normal appearance with no evidence of tear or tendinopathy

Muscles:  The rotator cuff muscles are normal, as is the deltoid musculature.

Biceps:  The long head of biceps tendon and biceps anchor are normal. The tendon is normally located in the bicipital groove. There is no evidence of synovitis. The short head of biceps is normal, with unremarkable coracoid process.

Rotator Cuff Interval:  Normal, with no thickening of the soft tissue or abnormality of the coracoclavicular or coracohumeral ligaments. The intra-articular component of the long head of biceps is normal.

Subacromial/Subdeltoid Bursa:  No evidence of bursitis is seen.

Acromion/AC joint:  There is a type 2 acromion. The acromioclavicular joint has a normal appearance with no inflammation or degenerative change.

Glenohumeral Joint/Labrum:  The glenoid labrum has a normal appearance, as does the glenoid and humeral head cartilage. The glenohumeral ligaments are unremarkable. The capsule has a normal appearance. No loose bodies are identified.

Bone Marrow:  No abnormal bone marrow signal is seen.


Normal MRI ____ shoulder.