|Discussion: Lateral downsloping of the acromion is one of several configurations of the relationship between the clavicle and the acromion. It is common and reported over half of normal, asymptomatic shoulders. It may or may not be a predisposing factor for impingment. There is some mild reactive sclerosis on the postero-lateral aspect of the humerus (see int. rotation projection) that may be an indication of chronic contact of the humerus and acromion.|
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Case Number: 5420575Last Updated: 07-27-2006 The reader is fully responsible for confirming the accuracy of this content.
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