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Never visited Hill-Sachs Deformity Certified Random Case
Authored By: MSU Radiology, Maximilian Pyko D.O.
History: 14 year old Male status post left shoulder dislocation.
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Findings: Hill-Sachs deformity involving the humeral head.
Diagnosis: Hill-Sachs Deformity.
General Discussion: A Hill-Sachs lesion results from a traumatic insult to the superior posterolateral humerus and is a compression fracture secondary to impaction against the anterior glenoid.  This can be associated with a Bankart lesion of the glenoid and the glenoid rim and labrum should be evaluated for secondary injury.
References: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/hill-sachs-lesion.
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Case Number: 39459060Last Updated: 02/06/2015
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Anatomy: Skeletal System   Pathology: Trauma
Modality: Conventional RadiographAccess Level: Readable by all users
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