Isolated teres minor atrophy: manifestation of quadrilateral space syndrome or traction injury to the axillary nerve?

@article{Wilson2006IsolatedTM,
  title={Isolated teres minor atrophy: manifestation of quadrilateral space syndrome or traction injury to the axillary nerve?},
  author={Luke Wilson and Murali Sundaram and Dave W Piraino and Hakan Ilaslan and Michael P. Recht},
  journal={Orthopedics},
  year={2006},
  volume={29 5},
  pages={447-50}
}
This article prospectively determines through magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) the incidence of isolated teres minor atrophy and its gender and age distribution, and documents associated findings related to the rotator cuff, labroligamentous complex, and quadrilateral space. Two hundred seventeen consecutive shoulder MRI examinations performed over a 3-month period were prospectively reviewed and evaluated for isolated teres minor atrophy. Twelve (5.5%) patients had non-compressive isolated… CONTINUE READING
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