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Figure 2(A-D): (A) Axial proton density (PD) fat-suppressed image shows the measurement of maximal thickness of the humeral (solid arrow) and glenoid portions (line arrow) of the anterior band of inferior glenohumeral ligament (IGHL). (B) Coronal PD fat-suppressed image shows the measurement of maximal thickness of the humeral (solid arrow) and glenoid portions (open arrow) of the IGHL at the midaxillary pouch at the level of glenohumeral joint. (C) Sagittal T1-weighted image shows the coracohumeral ligament (arrow). Normal fat in subcoracoid triangle (asterisk). (D) Coronal PD fat-suppressed image shows the measurement of maximal height and width of the axillary pouch

Figure 2(A-D): (A) Axial proton density (PD) fat-suppressed image shows the measurement of maximal thickness of the humeral (solid arrow) and glenoid portions (line arrow) of the anterior band of inferior glenohumeral ligament (IGHL). (B) Coronal PD fat-suppressed image shows the measurement of maximal thickness of the humeral (solid arrow) and glenoid portions (open arrow) of the IGHL at the midaxillary pouch at the level of glenohumeral joint. (C) Sagittal T1-weighted image shows the coracohumeral ligament (arrow). Normal fat in subcoracoid triangle (asterisk). (D) Coronal PD fat-suppressed image shows the measurement of maximal height and width of the axillary pouch