Correlation between magnetic resonance imaging and clinical impairment in patients with adhesive capsulitis

@article{Ahn2012CorrelationBM,
  title={Correlation between magnetic resonance imaging and clinical impairment in patients with adhesive capsulitis},
  author={K. Ahn and C. Kang and Y. Oh and W. Jeong},
  journal={Skeletal Radiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={41},
  pages={1301-1308}
}
ObjectiveTo determine the relationship between clinical impairment and MRI findings in patients with adhesive capsulitis.Materials and methodsContrast-enhanced MRI of 97 patients with a clinical diagnosis of adhesive capsulitis (AC) were retrospectively reviewed. Specific MRI criteria, including thickness and gadolinium enhancement of the joint capsule in the axillary recess and subcoracoid fat obliteration in the rotator interval, were correlated with limited range of motion (ROM) and pain… Expand
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