A 55-year-old woman presents with a four week history of shoulder pain. There has been no obvious precipitating injury and no previous experience. The pain is worse on movement and there is a grating sensation if she moves the arm too quickly. She also gets pain at night, particularly when she lies on the affected shoulder. On examination there is no obvious erythema or swelling. Passive abduction is painful between between 60 and 120 degrees. She is unable to abduct the arm wedding selections in yellow ... herself past 70-80 degrees. Flexion and extension are preserved. What is the most likely diagnosis?
Adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder)
Acromioclavicular joint injury
Superior labral lesionSee More