Osteoarthritis of glenohumeral joint

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Avatar f tn IMPRESSIONS : 1. Severe glenohumeral joint osteoarthritis with resultant degenerative circumferential fraying/tearing of the labrum with concomitant posterior subluxation of the humeral head at the articulation indicative of posterior instability. 2. Chronic rupture of the long head biceps tendon. 3. Mild-moderate rotator cuff tendinopathy which appears greatest in severity within the anterior distal fibers of the supraspinatus tendon. 4. Mild-moderate AC joint degenerative change. 5.
Avatar f tn I am a 52 years old granny now and I found out that I have wear-and-tear arthritis or osteoarthritis in my right shoulder, where in one of my cartilages got lost, in my glenohumeral joint or in my ball-and-socket. The pain was extreme especially when the usage of my right hand is being extended to my right shoulder. My physician advised me to have a physical therapist guided warm pool therapy. So I did.
Avatar m tn Moderate acromioclavicular joint osteoarthritis and associated bone marrow edema. 4. Mild glenohumeral joint osteoarthritis and a small joint effusion with synovitis.
Avatar m tn The joint is normally aligned. The anterior and posterior labrum are intact. The articular cartilage is intact. There is no joint effusion. ACROMIOCLAVICULAR JOINT: The joint is normally aligned. There is joint space narrowing of the acromioclavicular joint with associated subchondral cystic changes. However, there is no significant osteophytosis. BONE: There is unremarkable bone marrow signal. Specifically, negative for fracture, osteomyelitis, osteonecrosis, or marrow replacing process.
Avatar n tn my imression reads the following mild osteoarthritis does this mean i need a hip replacement also reads small amount of physiologic joint fuild degenerative change centered around the symphysis pubis
Avatar n tn Mild glenohumeral and acromioclavicular joint osteoarthritis. Acromion process shows Type II morphology with anterior acromial spur formation. ***MRI*** I was not given the MRI report, however according to the Dr, the MRI "showed nothing exciting" and there appeared to be no spur or hernia. I can't get hold of the actual report as I am a subsidized patient.
Avatar m tn Correlate for any history of recent trauma along this region. The AC joint or Acromioclavicular joint, is a joint at the top of the shoulder - your MRI shows edema in the bone marrow, which would be normal and expected with an injury of the shoulder - in addition to mild degenerative changes. If you are over 45-50 get use to that "ugly term" degenerative changes - it means our parts are getting older, worn and degenerating. PT is the normal treatment for your condition.
Avatar n tn Results of a multicenter study. J Shoulder Elbow Surg 2003;12: 207 to213.
211940 tn?1267884866 Went to my doctor and she tested me for Lyme disease, and did a sed-rate. I don't know the results yet. I'll keep updating. She thinks it's most likely just a side effect of the pregnancy. It would be nice if it is temporary and goes away when the baby is born.