good or bad
There is no definite evidence of full-thickness rotator cuff tear or
tendon traction. There is no abnormal fluid in the subacromial
subdeltoid bursa. No glenohumeral joint effusion. No muscular atrophy.
There is tendinosis and peritendinitis of the supraspinatus tendon as
well as a partial-thickness intrasubstance tear of the supraspinatus
tendon at its humeral head insertion.
The subscapularis tendon is intact. Long head of the biceps tendon is
present within the bicipital groove. No definite evidence of acute
There is no focal bone bruising.
There is mild degenerative arthritic change at the acromioclavicular
1. No definite evidence of full-thickness rotator cuff tear.
2. Mild supraspinatus tendinosis and peritendinitis with a
partial-thickness intrasubstance tear at its humeral head insertion.
3. Mild AC joint arthritis.
Dictated on: 12/06/2018 02:13 PM
Reason For Exam: M25.512 - Pain in left shoulder
R53.1 - Weakness
M25.60 - Stiffness of unspecified joint, not elsewhere classified