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Shoulder Joint Effusion Fluid Collection
I am suffering from Joint effusion is shoulder. As per MRI some fluid collection is there. Calf rotator is absolutely fine. I have swelling there and it pains when I raise my hand over my shoulder. I am taking medicine for 2 months but till now no relief . I am taking tendoshot capsule now as per orthopaedic doc advice. Can someone please advise which specialist I should consult. What are the ways to cure this problem
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Start the icing at the affected area twice a day. Visit the Physiotherapist only he can help you.
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You may be having a subacromial bursitis or Acromioclavicular arthritis and secendory synovitis. These can be ruled out by clinical examination and x-rays..also you have MRI along. Diagnosis should not be difficult
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It is most likely subacromial bursitis. Usually settles with physio and exercise for cuff. If not settling then consult shoulder surgeon. He might do an steroid injection in sub acromial space - usually gives 99% patients pain relief
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Please see an orthopaedician.. You may need to be started on ROM exercises after ruling out other pathological conditions
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