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Case of the Month: October, 2011
Submitted by Jason Merchant, MD and Joseph Giaconi, MD.
- 62 year old gentleman with acute onset of severe left shoulder pain for three days
- No history of trauma or inciting event
- No significant past medical history
Shown below are select MRI images of the left shoulder:
|Coronal Proton Density|
|Coronal T2 Fat Sat|
|Sagittal T2 Fat Sat|
Where is the abnormality?
- Subscapularis tendon
- Supraspinatus tendon
- Infraspinatus tendon
- Teres minor tendon
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