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please explain this shoulder mri

this is the report - There is a type I acromion.  Mild to moderate degenerative changes
acromioclavicular joint.

Cystic degenerative change greater tuberosity.

Partial undersurface tear supraspinatous tendon with no complete
rotator cuff tear or evidence of muscle atrophy.

Biceps tendon lies within the bicipital groove with an intact biceps
labral anchor.

Labrum appears degenerative.  No definite tear.  No joint effusion.  

The glenohumeral articular cartilage appears intact.

IMPRESSION:  

1.  PARTIAL UNDERSURFACE SUPRASPINATOUS TENDON WITH NO COMPLETE
ROTATOR CUFF TEAR.

2.  MILD TO MODERATE DEGENERATIVE CHANGES LEFT ACROMIOCLAVICULAR
JOINT.  
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