Originally Posted by skeen7908
This is not entirely correct
Cant diagnose labral pathology with an ultrasound
In fact ultrasound is really only useful for AC jt, rotator cuff and SA bursa, which are all fairly straightforward clinical diagnosesl.
I have had an aching shoulder for two weeks, cant sleep on it.
Jumped on for an MRI: completely normal.
Im a hypochondriac though
You are wrong on so many levels.
1. You often can
diagnose labrum pathology using an ultrasound
2. AC joint, rotation cuff, SA bursa sure, but you forgot about labrum, biceps tendon, impingement syndrome, and shoulder instability
3. There's very rarely such a thing as a straightforward clinical diagnosis when it comes to the shoulder
What, exactly, are your credentials to make such statements, by the way?