Recently we met an active 70 year old man with shoulder arthritis. His Grashey view is shown here
and his axillary "truth" view (below) clearly shows posterior decentering of the humeral head on a retroverted biconcave glenoid.
Previously he had had an MRI
and a CT scan
neither of which showed the posterior decentering that was revealed by the simple "truth" view taken with the arm in a position of function, in contrast to the "advanced" imaging (MRI / CT) obtained with the arm at the side which did not reveal the functional decentering.===
We have a new set of shoulder youtubes about the shoulder, check them out at this link.
Be sure to visit "Ream and Run - the state of the art" regarding this radically conservative approach to shoulder arthritis at this link and this link
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