Con el paso del tiempo, se genera gran dificultad para mover el hombro. Se desarrolla en tres etapas:. A medida que el dolor empeora, su hombro pierde rango de movimiento. El movimiento del hombro mejora lentamente durante la etapa de "descongelado". Las causas del hombro congelado no se comprenden plenamente.
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Introduction: Despite the MRI findings present an adequate sensitivity and specificity for the diagnosis of adhesive capsulitis, there is a poor correlation between the imaging results in imaging centers and the diagnosis of a shoulder surgeon and the surgical findings.
Objective: To evaluate the correlation of the diagnosis of adhesive capsulitis by MRI between imaging centers and the shoulder and elbow surgery service, with subsequent surgical verification. Material and methods: Retrospective, observational and comparative study in 41 patients with adhesive capsulitis diagnosis, the concordance among the MRI reports of different radiology cabinets and the Joint reconstruction clinic was calculated, in 10 cases the diagnosis was corroborated by surgery.
The index was determinated between both interpretations and the surgical findings. Results: The concordance among the reports analyzed by the shoulder surgeon of the Joint reconstruction clinic and the cabinets was low, with a index of 0. Conclusion: The imaging findings described in the literature are reliable for the diagnosis of adhesive capsulitis. The low concordance with the imaging cabinets leads us to think that it is an underdiagnosed entity. Keywords: Diagnostic; capsulitis; magnetic resonance; shoulder; surgery.
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Medwave se preocupa por su privacidad y la seguridad de sus datos personales. Palabras clave: adhesive capsulitis, manual therapy, physical therapy modalities, randomized controlled trial, glenohumeral joint. A ambos grupos se les dio un tratamiento de 10 sesiones. Si bien es cierto que la capsulitis adhesiva se considera una enfermedad de curso autolimitado, Reeves et al. Kelley et al.