Shoulder dislocation

Shoulder dislocationCreated OnMay 5, 2020Last Updated OnMay 5, 2020byadmin You are here: Main Radiology Shoulder dislocation < All Topics Table of Contents Shoulder – Anterior dislocation – AP The humeral head is dislocated from the glenoid of the scapula and is now located inferior to the coracoid process of the scapula Anterior dislocation – Y-view The dislocated humeral head is located anterior to the glenoid and inferior to the coracoid process Anterior dislocation – Axial view The dislocated humeral head is positioned anterior to the glenoid fossa Anterior dislocation/ Humerus Fracture – AP This shoulder dislocation is complicated by a fracture of the humeral head Shoulder – Anterior dislocation/Hill-Sachs lesion – Axial view Flattening or indentation of the posterior humeral head following shoulder dislocation is known as a ‘Hill-Sachs’ lesion In this case the humeral head is impacted on the anterior rim of the glenoid. Anterior dislocation/Glenoid fracture – AP The humeral head has been relocated following an anterior dislocation. A fragment of bone is visible at the anterior-inferior edge of the glenoid A fracture of the anterior glenoid following shoulder dislocation is known as a ‘bony Bankhart’ lesion Shoulder – Posterior dislocation – AP The glenohumeral joint is widened (arrowheads) and the humeral head has taken on a more rounded ‘light bulb’ shape These are typical appearances of a posterior glenohumeral dislocation Shoulder – Posterior dislocation – Y-view The humeral head is posteriorly positioned in relation to the glenoid *Some of the image photo is taken from web, we do not own this, it’s for knowledge sharing purpose.

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