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Glenohumeral instability: evaluation using MR arthrography of the shoulder

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In the setting of glenohumeral instability or when internal derangement of the shoulder joint is suspected, MR arthrography has been demonstrated to be an accurate diagnostic imaging technique. Knowledge of the complex anatomy of the shoulder and its variations is essential in order to maximize diagnostic accuracy.

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Received: 24 February 1999 Revision requested: 19 April 1999 Revision received: 12 May 1999 Accepted: 13 May 1999

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Shankman, S., Bencardino, J. & Beltran, J. Glenohumeral instability: evaluation using MR arthrography of the shoulder. Skeletal Radiol 28, 365–382 (1999). https://doi.org/10.1007/s002560050533

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  • Key words Shoulder MR arthrography
  • Glenohumeral instability
  • Normal variants