Мagnetiс-resonance imaging of damage of the shoulder against presence of the accompanying impingement syndrome

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We present the results of examinations of the patients, suffering from the damage of a humeral joint. These examinations were carried out by means of a MR tomography using a high-field MR-tomograph with magnetic field intensity of 1.5 Tl and a flexible surface coil SENSE-Flex-M. There were used three mutually perpendicular projections (oblique coronal, oblique sagittal, axial), pulse sequences FFE T2W, proton density-weighted - TSE PDW and the sequences with the signal of fatty fabric suppression - TSE PD SPAIR. For all this the great attention was paid to the accompanying degenerative changes in the rotary cuff muscles.

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А М Аkimkinа

The Central Clinical hospital of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Центральная Клиническая больница Российской Академии Наук; The Central Clinical hospital of the Russian Academy of Sciences

E N Goncharov

The Central Clinical hospital of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Центральная Клиническая больница Российской Академии Наук; The Central Clinical hospital of the Russian Academy of Sciences

A V Rodionov

The Central Clinical hospital of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Центральная Клиническая больница Российской Академии Наук; The Central Clinical hospital of the Russian Academy of Sciences

G V Tereshchenko

The Central Clinical hospital of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Центральная Клиническая больница Российской Академии Наук; The Central Clinical hospital of the Russian Academy of Sciences

I A Znamenskiy

The Central Clinical hospital of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Центральная Клиническая больница Российской Академии Наук; The Central Clinical hospital of the Russian Academy of Sciences

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