HISTORY: LEFT SHOULDER ROTATOR CUFF TENDONITIS
COMPARISON: None
TECHNIQUE: Multiplanar images of the left shoulder were obtained at 1.5 Tesla without IV contrast.
FINDINGS:
AC JOINT: The acromioclavicular joint appears normal. There is mild narrowing of the subacromial space. There is no significant fluid with in the subacromial/subdeltoid bursa.
ROTATOR CUFF TENDONS:
Supraspinatus: The supraspinatus tendon appears normal.
Infraspinatus: The infraspinatus tendon appears normal.
Subscapularis: The subscapularis tendon appears normal.
Teres Minor: The teres minor tendon appears normal.
GLENOHUMERAL JOINT: The glenohumeral joint appears normal.
BICEPS TENDON: The biceps tendon attachment is intact.
LABRUM: There is a tear of the posterior labrum, with a loculated 8 mm posterior paralabral cyst.

IMPRESSION: Tear of the posterior labrum, with a loculated 8mm posterior paralabral cyst. No rotator cuff tear.

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