Shoulder hydrodilatation (Joint injections)

Shoulder hydrodilatation is both a diagnostic and therapeutic procedure. The aim of the procedure is to decrease pain and improve mobility in the “frozen shoulder” (adhesive capsulitis).
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What is shoulder hydrodilatation?

Shoulder hydrodilatation is both a diagnostic and therapeutic procedure. The aim of the procedure is to decrease pain and improve mobility in the “frozen shoulder” (adhesive capsulitis).

 

This information is credited to Inside Radiology, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology (RANZCR). insideradiology.com.au June 2014

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