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Shoulders X-Ray

Shoulders X-Ray

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You’ve got shoulder pain. Should you get a shoulder X-ray? Is what you see in a shoulder X-ray useful? What if a shoulder X-ray shows nothing? Or, what if it shows something? What can you do with the information you get from a shoulder X-ray?



The primary reason to make a shoulder x-ray is to confirm or exclude the presence of a fracture. Additionally, the image can provide information on the position of the shoulder joint, any bone abnormalities (including bone tumors) and soft tissue disorders (think of calcifications in the rotator cuff muscles).

Many hospitals have their own protocol for shoulder imaging.

A standard image normally includes an anteroposterior (AP) image . It can be made either in endorotation or in exorotation.

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