Anterior glenohumeral instability - Hill-Sachs defect and Bankart lesion

Case contributed by Bahman Rasuli
Diagnosis almost certain


Recurrent anterior shoulder dislocations.

Patient Data

Age: 20 years
Gender: Male

A bony defect of the posterolateral aspect of the humeral head with underlying bone contusion consistent with a Hill-Sachs defect.

Detached anteroinferior glenoid labrum reflecting a Bankart lesion.

Acromion type II.

Case Discussion

Hill-Sachs defect and Bankart lesion in the setting of recurrent anterior shoulder dislocations.

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