MRI of impingement syndromes of the shoulder

E Mulyadi, S Harish, J O'Neill, R Rebello
Clinical Radiology 2009, 64 (3): 307-18
The diagnosis of shoulder impingement is primarily a clinical one. Imaging has a role in assisting clinicians in developing a treatment strategy by identifying and characterizing the cause of shoulder impingement. In this review, the relevant anatomy, cause/pathomechanics, clinical features, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings of the different types of impingement syndromes are presented.

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