Aids to Successful Shoulder Arthrography Performed with a Fluoroscopically Guided Anterior Approach

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One method for performing effective shoulder arthrography with a fluoroscopically guided anterior approach is described. The technique can ensure success while injury to the cartilaginous labrum is avoided, which is essential when arthrography is performed in conjunction with magnetic resonance (MR) imaging.

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