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11 Cards in this Set

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What muscle goes from the anterior scapula to the lesser tubercle?
What position is the shoulder in for a scan?
Where do u prescribe slices for an axial scan?
Surgical neck to top of AC joint
Where do u prescribe slices on a coronal oblique scan?
from the infraspinatous to the supraspinatous P to A

superior edge of acromion to the inferior subscapularis (1cm below glenoid)

deltoid laterally
What are the slice prescriptions for sagittal/oblique shoulder?
glenoid fossa to biciptal groove
perpendicular to the supraspinatus
Where is the 3D box set for an axial 3d fsgr no fatsat?
humeral surgical neck to the top of the AC joint
What is the magic angle?
55 degrees to static field
What pathology can the magic angle create?
tendonitis - bright tendons on T2
What movement causes a hill-sachs defect?
traumatically abducted and externally rotated compressing the posterior aspect of the humeral head against the glenoid rim.
What anatomy does a hill sachs defect affect?
compression fracture of the postero-superior and lateral aspects of the humeral head.
what are the T1 and T2 SIs for a hill sachs defect?
T1-low at injury site
T2-high at injury site