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SLAP Lesion of the Glenoid Labrum

Sanders, M.D. TGSM - MedPix

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: SLAP Lesion of the Glenoid Labrum

History: Soft-ball player who complains of several months of right shoulder pain, aggravated by throwing the ball. No history of an acute injury.

Findings: T1-weighted axial and coronal images with fat-saturation of the shoulder following intra-articular administration of gadolinium. The coronal image demonstrates an irregular collection of contrast extending into the normally dark triangular appearing superior labrum. Axial image demonstrates an irregular collection of contrast between the frayed appearing posterior superior labrum and the posterior glenoid. The Biceps anchor appears normal.

Ddx: SLAP lesion Sublabral foramen Sublabral recess

Exam: No findings of shoulder instability on physical exam.

No MeSH data available.


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SLAP Lesion of the Glenoid Labrum

Sanders, M.D. TGSM - MedPix

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View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: SLAP Lesion of the Glenoid Labrum

History: Soft-ball player who complains of several months of right shoulder pain, aggravated by throwing the ball. No history of an acute injury.

Findings: T1-weighted axial and coronal images with fat-saturation of the shoulder following intra-articular administration of gadolinium. The coronal image demonstrates an irregular collection of contrast extending into the normally dark triangular appearing superior labrum. Axial image demonstrates an irregular collection of contrast between the frayed appearing posterior superior labrum and the posterior glenoid. The Biceps anchor appears normal.

Ddx: SLAP lesion Sublabral foramen Sublabral recess

Exam: No findings of shoulder instability on physical exam.

No MeSH data available.