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.Mild tendinosis of supraspinatus and inserti-onal bony cysts at infraspinatus. ·     Slight fraying of postero-superior labrum and blunting of antero-inferior labrum without identifiable tear.   .Capsular thickening at acromioclavicular  joint and type II Acromion.
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You have rotator cuff pathology that can mostly be treated conservatively with physiotherapy +/- injection. The labral injury is mild, do you have symptoms of instability in shoulder? E.g. Shoulder feels like it may dislocate. If so, see an orthopaedic surgeon. Otherwise physio is mainstay.
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Hello there,,,,tendinosis refers to mild degeneration...may or may not be associated with swelling ....also capsular thickining and presence of bony cyst refers to a chronic problem with your ( Rotator cuff) shoulder muscles. What symptoms are you having right now? Do you have pain on movement or pain even at rest? Which shoulder movements are painful for you? Did you suffer any trauma to shoulder?
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do resort back with answer to the queries you are a young lad....you need proper care of your shoulder at this age.
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