Bankart lesion

Case contributed by Dr Maulik S Patel

Presentation

History of recurrent shoulder dislocation.

Patient Data

Age: 25
Gender: Male
X-ray

A small bone fragment is displaced from the inferior aspect of the glenoid consistent with a bony Bankart lesion. There is also subtle compression deformity of the superolateral humeral head consistent with a Hill-Sachs lesion. Both these lesions are the result of previous anterior shoulder dislocation. This patient had a history of recurrent dislocations. 

Case Discussion

Bankart lesion and subtle Hill-Sachs lesion in a patient with recurrent anterior shoulder dislocation

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Case information

rID: 10089
Case created: 25th Jun 2010
Last edited: 7th May 2017
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