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Bankart and Hill-Sachs lesions

Case contributed by Dr Maulik S Patel


History of shoulder dislocation 1 day before. Reduction done. Referred for a plain radiograph and ultrasound.

Patient Data

Age: 45 years
Gender: Male

There are fractures of the anterior and inferior aspect of the glenoid rim with displaced fragments with defects at the posterolateral aspect of the humeral head.


Radiograph - True AP -  (Actual and magnified images) - Loss of density is noted at inferior aspect of glenoid rim with adjacent bone flake - Bankart lesion.

Radiograph - Magnified axial view image and actual image - Defect in posterior aspect of humeral head.

Ultrasound - Humeral head defect with intact supraspinatus.


Post arthroscopic labral repair status - 1 day. 
Anchors in situ.

Case Discussion

MRI was performed later. Both pathology were present.

Operated after 1 month.

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Case information

rID: 21265
Published: 13th Jan 2013
Last edited: 24th Apr 2021
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