I’ve had some shoulder issues for a few years. Nothing too bad, just some small popping, grinding type stuff. Slight pain after work outs. But my shoulder popped on bench the other day.
I went and seen a doctor and got an Xray. She said it could be some type of tear and maybe some early arthitus. I have a MRI Monday. Until then, can someone decode this letter I got.
"There is a 2 mm sclerotic round density at the cervical neck of the proximal right humerus. The bone density, joint space and alignment are otherwise normal. There is no fracture. The surrounding soft tissues are normal.
- No actue abnormality
- Possible benign bone island at the surgical neck of the proximal humerus.
- Not mentioned above however on the ap veiw with the humerus internally roated, there is slight subluxation of the distal clavicle relative to the acromioclavicular joint. Correlation at this site is recommended. I could not exclude a subtle ligamentuous injury at this site.