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Figure 1(A-D): (A) Coronal fat-suppressed proton density (PD) image at the level of axillary pouch shows edema of inferior glenohumeral ligament on both the humeral and glenoid aspects (arrows). (B) Sagittal fat-suppressed PD image shows anterior pericapsular edema (arrow). (C) Axial fat-suppressed PD image at the level of humeral neck shows fluid around the biceps tendon (arrow). (D) Sagittal T1-weighted image shows obliteration of fat in the subcoracoid triangle (asterisk)

Figure 1(A-D): (A) Coronal fat-suppressed proton density (PD) image at the level of axillary pouch shows edema of inferior glenohumeral ligament on both the humeral and glenoid aspects (arrows). (B) Sagittal fat-suppressed PD image shows anterior pericapsular edema (arrow). (C) Axial fat-suppressed PD image at the level of humeral neck shows fluid around the biceps tendon (arrow). (D) Sagittal T1-weighted image shows obliteration of fat in the subcoracoid triangle (asterisk)