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Shoulder - axial MRI PD

Shoulder - axial MRI PD

Detailed radiological anatomy of the shoulder joint (including bones, muscles, tendons etc) in serial MRI Proton Density (PD) axial sections.
  1. Acromioclavicular joint level (section 1/12)
    Radiological anatomy at the most superior level of the shoulder.
  2. Acromion level (section 2/12)
    MRI at the level of the acromion.
  3. Conoid ligament level (section 3/12)
    Radiological anatomy of the shoulder at the level of the conoid ligament.
  4. Head of the humerus level (section 4/12)
    Axial MRI of the glenohumeral joint at the level of the head of the humerus.
  5. Coracoid process level (section 5/12)
    Radiological anatomy of the shoulder at the level of the coracoid process.
  6. Glenoid cavity level (section 6/12)
    Axial MRI of the glenohumeral joint at the level of the glenoid cavity.
  7. Glenohumeral ligament level (section 7/12)
    Anatomy of the shoulder at the level of the glenohumeral ligament.
  8. Lesser tubercle level (section 8/12)
    MRI of the glenohumeral joint at the level of the lesser tubercle.
  9. Posterior circumflex humeral artery level (section 9/12)
    Radiological anatomy of the glenohumeral joint.
  10. Subscapular artery level (section 10/12)
    Anatomy of the shoulder joint at the level of the subscapular artery.
  11. Anterior circumflex humeral artery level (section 11/12)
    Anatomy of the shoulder joint using an MRI-PD image.
  12. Proximal shaft of humerus level (section 12/12)
    Structures of the shoulder joint at the level of the proximal shaft of the humerus.

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