Bankart lesion with Hill-Sachs lesion
Shoulder pain during movement.
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Abnormal signal intensity in the antero-inferior aspect of the glenoid cavity with labral injury representing a Bankart injury. Abnormal signal intensity in the supero-posterior aspect of the humeral head consistent with Hill-Sachs injury.
The Bankart and Hill-Sachs injuries are usually associated with each other. If either one is diagnosed, the patient has eleven times more chance to have the other one as well.
Dr. Najibullah Rasouly has also contributed to this case.
- Horst K, Von Harten R, Weber C, Andruszkow H, Pfeifer R, Dienstknecht T, Pape HC. Assessment of coincidence and defect sizes in Bankart and Hill-Sachs lesions after anterior shoulder dislocation: a radiological study. (2014) The British journal of radiology. 87 (1034): 20130673. doi:10.1259/bjr.20130673 - Pubmed