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    Old 12-23-2016, 02:24 AM   #1
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    Shoulder Injury MRI

    I recently had an injury in the gym while doing Shoulder presses, so I did a MRI of my LEFT shoulder. The report says the following.

    Multiplanar multiecho MRI of the left Shoulder was performed.

    Linear mildly hyperintense signal is seen on T2 weighted images at the base of posterior/posterioinferior labrub at aprox 8-10 o'clock position. however no detachment.
    there is focal hypoplasi/ blunting of the posterior bony glenoid at apporx 8 oclock.
    Mild T2 hyperintensity is seen in articular cartilage overlying this part of bony glenoid.
    Superior labrum and BLC intact

    Long head of biceps tendon appears normal except for intrinsic isointense signal at junstion of vertical and horizontal segment.
    Focal changes of tendinosis are seen in the articular part of the distal anteriror most fibres of the supraspinatous tendon, including fibres forming the roof of the bicipitial pulley. NO tear.
    Subscapularis,infraspinatus and teres minor intact . no joint effusion.

    Impression -
    Liner mildly hyperintense signal at the base of the posterior/posterioinferior labrum at approx 8-10oclock position, suggests pesterior labral tear without dettachment.
    Focal hypoplasia/blunting of posterior bony glenoid at approx 8 óclock with mild signal abnormality in overlying articular cartilage.
    Mild intrinsic isointese signal at junction of vert. and horizontal segments of bicipitial tendon.
    Focal changes of tendinosis in the articular part of the distal anteriror most fibres of supraspitanous tendon, including the fibres forming the roof of the bicipital pulley

    I'm 21 y.o. I had the injury on 26th july 2016 and the MRI is dated 14th december 2016.
    Should I be worried about the Injury? Is it complex? Will I require a Surgery? or will it heal with physiotherapy and shoulder stability exercises? how much time will it take to recover?

    Thank you for your time and help.

     
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    Re: Shoulder Injury MRI

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    I recently had an injury in the gym while doing Shoulder presses, so I did a MRI of my LEFT shoulder. The report says the following.

    Multiplanar multiecho MRI of the left Shoulder was performed.

    Linear mildly hyperintense signal is seen on T2 weighted images at the base of posterior/posterioinferior labrub at aprox 8-10 o'clock position. however no detachment.
    there is focal hypoplasi/ blunting of the posterior bony glenoid at apporx 8 oclock.
    Mild T2 hyperintensity is seen in articular cartilage overlying this part of bony glenoid.
    Superior labrum and BLC intact

    Long head of biceps tendon appears normal except for intrinsic isointense signal at junstion of vertical and horizontal segment.
    Focal changes of tendinosis are seen in the articular part of the distal anteriror most fibres of the supraspinatous tendon, including fibres forming the roof of the bicipitial pulley. NO tear.
    Subscapularis,infraspinatus and teres minor intact . no joint effusion.

    Impression -
    Liner mildly hyperintense signal at the base of the posterior/posterioinferior labrum at approx 8-10oclock position, suggests pesterior labral tear without dettachment.
    Focal hypoplasia/blunting of posterior bony glenoid at approx 8 óclock with mild signal abnormality in overlying articular cartilage.
    Mild intrinsic isointese signal at junction of vert. and horizontal segments of bicipitial tendon.
    Focal changes of tendinosis in the articular part of the distal anteriror most fibres of supraspitanous tendon, including the fibres forming the roof of the bicipital pulley

    I'm 21 y.o. I had the injury on 26th july 2016 and the MRI is dated 14th december 2016.
    Should I be worried about the Injury? Is it complex? Will I require a Surgery? or will it heal with physiotherapy and shoulder stability exercises? how much time will it take to recover?

    Thank you for your time and help.
    What does your doctor say?

     
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    Old 12-23-2016, 10:15 AM   #3
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    Re: Shoulder Injury MRI

    He said there is a 10% chance that it might require a arthroscopic surgery for the labrum tear, but didn't say anything about the other things in the report.
    I've been doing physio exercises, they've helped a lot. He also asked he to start with gym.
    I'm trying to get a second opinion from someone who has dealt with a similar injury.

     
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    What does your doctor say?

    He said there is a 10% chance that it might require a arthroscopic surgery for the labrum tear, but didn't say anything about the other things in the report.
    I've been doing physio exercises, they've helped a lot. He also asked he to start with gym.
    I'm trying to get a second opinion from someone who has dealt with a similar injury.

     
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    Old 12-23-2016, 06:54 PM   #5
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