Practical Reviews

Radiologists’ Experience in Diagnosing Adhesive Capsulitis on Non-Contrast MRI

Background: Adhesive capsulitis is a common source of shoulder pain and current orthopedic clinical examination has high sensitivity and specificity for diagnosis. However, many patients present with unclear clinical examination due to concomitant shoulder pathologies, for which imaging is indicated. Findings of adhesive capsulitis on MR arthrography and contrast-enhanced MRI have been documented, such as coracohumeral ligament thickening, infiltration of the rotator interval, and more...
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