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Subluxation - Labrum Tear
I have recurrent shoulder dislocation (subluxation) and the MRI says no labrum tear but the physio doctor said i have a anterior labrum tear. Pls suggest
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If the MRI report is clear that the labrum is torn and if the clinical examination is otherwise, then the ways to know for definite is to inject a dye and do an MRI Scan. It is called MRI Arthrogram. The other option is to do a shoulder arthroscopy to assess better. If the dislocation is not such a big problem, you can try with proper physiotherapy and see if your symptoms improve
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