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F42. Pain left shoulder. Unable to raise the hand. 3months.

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Reduced subacromial space ? Subacromial bursitis GT roughness i.e. ? Supraspinatus tendinitis Proper history regarding diabetes if present chances of frozen shoulder i.e. capsular tightness. Other than that Thorough Physical examination and special tests needed to find out the other cause of soft tissue pathology.

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Frozen shoulder lt may be due to initial pain about 3 months back Causes Periarthritis which thickening of capsule thickens and fibrosed leaving less room for movement of the joint and joint movement get restricted ( adhesive capsulitis) Supra spinous tendinitis Post traumatic may be long immobilisation, rotator cuff injury Treatment Mainly physiotheraphy of different movement of shoulder Inj hydrocortisone intra articular for relief of pain Manipulation under GA when absolutely no movement of shoulder.

Reduced subacromial space ? Subacromial bursitis GT roughness i.e. ? Supraspinatus tendinitis Proper history regarding diabetes if present chances of frozen shoulder i.e. capsular tightness. Other than that Thorough Physical examination and special tests needed to find out the other cause of soft tissue pathology.

Frozen shoulder, reduce subacromial space D/d Subacromial bursitis

Reduced subacromial space Eburnation of greater tuberosity suggestive of impingement Likely to have supraspinatus tear due to attrition MRI confirmation

Periarthritis, frozen shoulder, adhesive capsulitis

Frozen shoulder joint. Sub acromial space reduced. Busitis with supraspinatus nerve paralysis

Lt frozen shoulder MRI lt shoulder to know dd physiotherapy main

?Frozen shoulder/Bursitis

Thanks Dr. Surendra K Verma
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Frozen shoulder, bursitis, axillary nerve entrapment

Agree@Surendra K. Verma

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