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never visited ANTERIOR PARALABRAL CYST, ASSOCIATED WITH ANTERIOR LABRAL TEAR
Contributed by: John Hunter, Radiologist, University of California, Davis, California, USA.
History: 26 y/o male with shoulder pain.
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Fig. 3: 1AX

Fig. 4: 3AX

Fig. 5: SAG

Fig. 6: COR
Diagnosis:

Anterior paralabral cyst, associated with anterior labral tear.

Discussion: This is an unusual case since almost all of the paralabral cysts that we see are posterior and associated with posterior labral tears.
References: Source: John Hunter's MSK Teaching File: Shoulder Case 49
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Case Number: 792090Last Updated: 10-20-2004
Anatomy: Skeletal System   Pathology: Trauma
Modality: MRExam Date: Access Level: Readable by all users
ACR: 41.481

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