PMID: 7993249Nov 1, 1994Paper

Shoulder impingement syndrome: diagnostic accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging and radiographic signs

Australasian Radiology
M P WilliamsonM F Hansen


Shoulder impingement syndrome is commonly encountered in orthopaedics. In a blinded retrospective study, magnetic resonance imaging and roentgenographic signs in 41 patients with clinical signs of impingement syndrome were compared with 40 control patients. Statistically significant differences between the groups included the absence of subarcromial fat, as well as the presence of a supraspinatus tear, subacromial osteophytes, and a decreased coracohumeral distance. Other signs reported to occur in patients with impingement syndrome did not vary significantly in the population studied.


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