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Done MRI, had shoulder surgery. Suggestions?

Hello just got MRI my doc is on holiday.had shoulder surgery 9 wks. Agosubacute appearing greater tuberosity fracture with evidence of previous surgical solid osseous unification of the fracture (greater tuberosity) moderate tendinosis and or strain of subraspintas and infraspinatus tendons with irregularity near tendon transection or retraction.fraying of thesubscapularis.degeritive fraying of glenoid labrum.moderate acromioclavicular joint arthrosis.what does it all mean?i will see my ortho doc mon. Just need to know if I'm looking at more surgery or more time in the sling.please advise,best regards,William. P.S just how bad off am I.
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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The findings of your MRI are suggestive of mild inflammatory changes due to the immobilization. All these changes are reversible after proper anti inflammatory therapy and regular physiotherapy after the sling is off.
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Answered: Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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