external rotation loss after shoulder mri arthrography
my shoulder mri arthrogram procedure was really hard and painful, surgeon tried to enter the capsule for 20 minutes and wanted me to externally and internally rotate my shoulder during the needle injection. next day, i had pain in external rotation and after 7 days, i have a 10-20 degree loss of external rotation (compared to other shoulder). is it normal?
Tags: shoulder, shoulder range of motion, MRI, shoulder mri, shoulder mri arthrography, mri arthrogram, needle injection, intraarticular injection, intra articular injection, ROM, rom loss, range of motion loss, rom loss after intra articular
If this is a new symptom, I would not assume this to be normal; though without the relevant clinical details it would be difficult to comment precisely on the situation. You may consider getting the symptoms evaluated by your treating doctor for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate management.
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