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Fig. 7 | Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine

Fig. 7

From: Shoulder adhesive capsulitis: can clinical data correlate with fat-suppressed T2 weighted MRI findings?

Fig. 7

A Oblique sagittal PD- weighted MR image shows complete obliteration of the rotator interval with no observed fat planes or coracohumeral ligament (encircled area). B Oblique axial fat-suppressed PD-weighted MR image shows anterior and posterior extracapsular edema (encircled area). C Oblique coronal fat-suppressed PD-weighted MR image shows edema at humeral portion of axillary recess (arrow). D Oblique axial fat-suppressed PD weighted MR image shows effusion in long head biceps tendon sheath (arrow). E Oblique coronal T2-weighted MR image shows thickened joint capsule and measurement of maximum capsular thickness of glenoid and humeral portions of axillary recess with effusion at axillary recess. F Oblique coronal fat-suppressed PD-weighted MR image shows measurement of maximum height and width of axillary recess at the same plan

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