Friday, February 24, 2006
Arthogram - what will we find?
So today I am going in for an arthogram. About 8 years ago I had arthoscopic surgery on my right shoulder to repair a partially torn rotator cuff. I had a huge bone spur that needed to be shaved down to make room for my shoulder joint in the capsule. I had what is called 'impingement syndrome."
Todays MRI is different than the others I have had since they are injecting dye into my shoulder. Then the dye forms a greater contrast and can determine where there are leaks in my capsule.
Hopefully I won't need surgery again and physical therapy can do the trick. we'll see.
Oh, and that isn't my shoulder in the picture.
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