Case Report

Rapid Destruction of the Humeral Head Caused by Subchondral Insufficiency Fracture: A Report of Two Cases

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Case  1. Imaging of the right shoulder 4 months after the first visit. (a) An axial computed tomography view demonstrates a destroyed humeral head, displaced bony fragments outside of the greater tuberosity, and destruction of the glenoid. (b) T2-weighted magnetic resonance image (oblique coronal plane) shows the joint destruction, joint effusion, and a rotator cuff tear.