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Subchondral Cyst Humeral Head
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
I have "small subchondral cysts in the posterolateral aspect of the humeral head." What does this mean? An 6' rod iron gate fell on my left shoulder
Benign: bone cycts ( bubbles )- not really related to trauma- may have been there for years. ...Read more
Simple renal cysts cholecystectormy clips underlie the liver.subchondral cysts are seen within the right humeral head and the left acetabulum?
Refer to doc...: Apparently, what you mentioned are the findings of CT or MRI scan, and most likely not clinically significant with no need to pursue active intervention at this time. For your best benefit, referring this Q to your treating doc would be most logical since s/he possesses most of your clinical information so that the clinical pertinence of the studies can be correlated. ...Read more
Cyst in my hip, can it be result of car accident? I diagnosed with subchondral cyst in anterior femoral head-neck junction. Also diagnosed with hip fai. Where is cyst come from? Is it result of impact?
I never had a back lbp and hip pain before the accid
Right hip narrowing of superior joint space. Subchondral cyst formation seen and spurs in right femoral head and superior acetabulum. Suggestions?
Weight loss, : Exercise, use of a cane if needed and use of otc meds if no contraindications otherwise you can try physical therapy and perscription medication. If symptoms do not improve or worsen, see an orthopaedic surgeon for options which could include joint replacement surgery. You are describing hip arthritis. ...Read more
I had a CT scan for another issue, and I see in the findings "Subchondral cyst is seen at the left femoral head-neck junction." What does this mean?
Degenerative : Sub means below and chondral means cartilage. This is a degenerative cyst in the bone below the cartilage near the hip joint. These are benign cysts and don't need any specific treatment. They are often seen with osteoarthritis but in your case may just be an incidental finding not requiring any treatment unless you are having hip pain. ...Read more
Marked degenerative change demonstrated n the hip joint, Labral degeneration is identified subchondral cyst change in the acetabulum, and femoral head?
15wks postop revision rotator cuff surg w/fullthickness infra tear 1.5cm retracted superior to humeral head & .5cm partial supraspin tear, can fix it?
Revision Cuff Repair: Attempting a 2nd revision has a low likelihood of working. If you're having significant pain, weakness and limited range of motion - you may want to discuss superior capsular reconstruction or reverse total shoulder arthroplasty with your orthopedic surgeon. If your symptoms aren't that debilitating - may want to try non-op - PT, injections, etc. ...Read more
Someone grabbed/squeezed my shoulders hard the acromion and humeral head I think, could this make the bone smaller?
No: That would not diminish bone size.Get a more detailed answer ›
What is a enthesopathic fibrocystic foci on the posterior of the humeral head (associated with lots of pain in my shoulder)?
Humeral Cysts: Cystic changes are seen in the head of the humerus on MRI scan of the mature shoulder in the bone marrow of the greater tuberosity where the rotator cuff tendons insert. In medicine, an enthesopathy refers to any disorder involving the attachment of a tendon or ligament to a bone called an enthesis. When inflamed it is called enthesitis. By age 50 partial tears of the RCT are seen on many MRI's. ...Read more
How likely will you develop cuff arthropathy if you don't fix a complete full-thickness retear of infra with 1.5cm retraction to superior humeral head?
Difficult to answer : It can be unpredictable who develops significant arthritis years to decades after a full thickness rotator cuff tear. I would make my decision regarding another surgery based on your pain and function levels, including whether you have range of motion and strength deficits. Regenerative injections such as PRP could be a nonsurgical option if you hope to avoid surgery. ...Read more
My long head bicepmuscle is poorly visualized and I have mild postireour sublaxtion with respect to the glenoid fossa and humeral head?
Not sure: I'm not sure what your question is here. Obviously you have some concerns about your arm and shoulder, but not sure what your concern or question is. Please clarify. ...Read more
Type lll slap and posterior decentering of the humeral head with evidenceof repetitive trabecular impaction capsular destention meaning and treatment?
Bucket-handle tear.: A type III SLAP lesion consists of a bucket-handle tear of the cartilage around the shoulder socket (glenoid labrum) with an intact biceps tendon. This type of labral lesion is stable and usually treated by arthroscopic debridement, although you may need capsular tightening due to the repetitive strain on your shoulder capsule. Your surgeon will be able to answer your questions more specifically. ...Read more
What does this mean x-ray report that says that i have a lytic and sclerotic lesion in the left humeral head and neck. indicates neoplasm of the condr?
What does small T2 hyperintense foci in the humeral head mean and what causes it. Reason for concern?
Humerus: Uncertain based on limited information, but usually these types of changes are of little clinical concern. But, check with your doctor. ...Read more
Having surgery for torn rotator cuff, rcr and impingment and cephlad migration of the humeral head. Can the do it arthroscopicly?
Depends: I am concerned from your question that you may have a large rotator cuff tear with some possible involvement of the nerve to the rotator cuff. The ability to repair all tears arthroscopically is based on the level of experience and skill of the surgeon. Ask your surgeon how many rotator cuff tears performed each year and what results are before proceeding. Learn more here: http://theshouldercent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Having intermittent pain in right shoulder between the humeral head and elbow. Seems more prominent during lateral movement than vertical motion.
Some area of erosion & marrow edema of humeral head near the intersection of the supraspinatus tendon. Some red marrow replacement. What'sdoes itmean?
Shoulder impingement: You could be suffering from a condition called shoulder impingement where the rotator cuff (supraspinatous is one of the tendons that is part of rotator cuff) is "impinged" by bone above it and sometimes can result in irritation at the insertion on the humerus. This can result in bone edema and inflammation which can present itself as shoulder pain with certain motions. ...Read more
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