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MRI findings of possible Impingement syndrome

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Help! I do not understand what these terms are. I have had shoulder pain since sept 2016 and physical therapy has not helped. I cannot extend my right arm overhead without pain. I sleep, in pain. My MRI just came back but I cannot read it.

Can anyone help translate?

FINDINGS: The supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor and subscapularis muscle
and tendon units normal. Long head of the biceps tendon and biceps labral anchor
intact. No labral tear. There is focal moderate hyperintensity edema involving
the anterior humeral head lesser tuberosity. Mild decrease in subcoracoid space
noted measuring 7 mm. No evidence of subcoracoid bursitis. Rotator interval
normal.

Type B peripherally downsloping acromion identified. AC joint normal. Type I
acromion also identified. Mild subacromial subdeltoid bursitis identified.

Thank you in advance. Any kind of help is much appreciated.
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