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Duke Orthopaedics
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Wheeless' Textbook of Orthopaedics

Radiographic Studies for the Shoulder



  - MRI of Shoulder

  - 30 deg Caudal Tilt AP View
  - Acromioclavicular Joint Stresses Views
  - Axillary View
  - AP of the Shoulder
  - Arthrography:
  - Garth View (Apical Oblique)
  - Lateral: of Shoulder
  - Scapular Outlet View
  - Serendipity View
  - Stryker Notch View
  - Zanca View - AC Joint View

- Radiographs for:
      - Posterior Shoulder Dislocation
      - Rotator cuff Tear
      - Impingement Series:
            - Axillary View
            - Scapular Outlet View
            - 30 deg Caudal Tilt AP View
            - AP of the Shoulder
                   - 35 deg external rotation;
            - Grashey view
                   - obtained w/ 30 deg lateral oblique projection, tangential to glenohumeral joint, in order to obtain view directly down joint to reveal any degenerative changes;
                   - 90 deg abduction view;
      - Instability Series:
           - AP of Shoulder w/ 35 deg E.R.
           - Axillary View
           - Stryker Notch View
           - West Point Axillary View
                   - osseous bankart defect on anteroinferior glenoid rim is best picked up on West Point Axillary View


The Rotator Cuff Symposium: Roentgenographic Assessment of the  Rotator Cuff.

The profile view of the acromion.

Evaluation of the painful shoulder. A prospective comparison of magnetic resonance imaging, computerized tomographic arthrography, ultrasonography, and operative findings.

Magnetic resonance imaging of the shoulder. Sensitivity, specificity, and predictive value.

Evaluation of degenerative lesions of the rotator cuff. A comparison of arthrography and ultrasonography.

Radiologic assessment of the shoulder. Plain and arthrographic.             

Radiologic features of shoulder instability.

Roentgenographic evaluation of suspected shoulder dislocation: a prospective study comparing the axillary view and the scapular 'Y' view.

Radiographs in shoulder trauma.

The apical oblique view of the shoulder: its usefulness in acute trauma.

Radiographic views in recurrent anterior shoulder dislocation. Comparison of six methods for identification of typical lesions.

The roentgenographic evaluation of anterior shoulder instability.

Improving radiographs of the injured shoulder.



Original Text by Clifford R. Wheeless, III, MD.

Last updated by Data Trace Staff on Thursday, January 3, 2013 12:24 pm