Discussion of Buford complex
- Buford complex is seen anatomical variant seen in 1.5% of individuals.
- A Buford comlpex is composed of thickening of the middle glenohumeral ligament combined with absence of the anterosuperior labrum with the middle glenohumeral ligament attaching directly on the anterosuperior glenoid.
- Significant of a Buford complex is that it should not be mistaken for a displaced labral fragment.
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 References for Buford complex
- Michel De Maeseneer, Frans Van Roy, Leon Lenchik, Maryam Shahabpour, Jon Jacobson, Kyung N. Ryu, Frank Handelberg, and Michel Osteaux. CT and MR Arthrography of the Normal and Pathologic Anterosuperior Labrum and Labral-Bicipital Complex. RadioGraphics 2000 20: S67-81S.