Posterior labrocapsular periosteal sleeve avulsion lesion

A posterior labrocapsular periosteal sleeve avulsion (or POLPSA) lesion occurs when trauma causes the posterior scapular periosteum and posterior labrum of the glenohumeral joint to strip off leading to a redundant recess.

Epidemiology

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Pathology

Mechanism

Impingement of the humeral head onto the posterior labrum and capsule due to recurrent subluxation or posterior dislocation.

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rID: 25883
Tag: stub, cases, refs
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • POLPSA lesion
  • POLPSA lesions
  • Posterior labrocapsular periosteal sleeve avulsion
  • POLPSA

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