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Transaxial View of the Shoulder



- Discussion:
    - used to evaluate capsule of shoulder, & glenoid labrum, subscapularis  & long head of the biceps, and the humeral head;
    - glenoid labrum produces low signal intensity since it is made of fibrous tissue;
    - Hill-Sachs lesion, seen as a notched defect of flattening of humeral head, proximal to the level of the coracoid process;
            - more distally there is a normal flattening of posterolateral humeral head