Procedure: MRI OF THE LEFT SHOULDER WITHOUT INTRAVENOUS CONTRAST
INDICATIONS: Not provided
TECHNIQUE: A variety of imaging planes and parameters were utilized for visualization of suspected pathology. Images performed without contrast.
ROTATOR CUFF: The rotator cuff tendons are intact without strain or tear. No evidence of a full thickness rotator cuff tear.
LABRUM: The glenoid labrum is intact circumferentially
AC JOINT: There is a mild sprain of the acromioclavicular joint without diastasis or elevation of the distal clavicle
ACROMION: Mild downsloping of the anterolateral acromion (Type II configuration)
OTHER: There is a healing fracture involving greater tuberosity of the humeral head without displacement or distraction. There is a trace subacromial subdeltoid bursitis.
CONCLUSIONS: No evidence of rotator cuff tear. Healing fracture involving the greater tuberosity of the humeral head without displacement or distraction. Mild sprain of the A/C joint without diastasis.
What this really means is:
I NO LONGER HAVE TO RIDE INSIDE!!!! YEAH. No golf or swimming until January, but for now, riding is OK!!!
Dr. Ryu said my range of motion is excellent, and that it is safe to run/bike, but no weightlifting quite yet. And no crashing! I think I can handle that..
And just in time for the long Thanksgiving weekend!!!!!!!!
See you out there on the roads....
I guess I have to get a new helmet.