Bony Bankart lesion with Hill-Sachs

Case contributed by Dr Heba Abdelmonem

Presentation

Recurrent shoulder dislocation.

Patient Data

Age: Adult
Gender: Male

The anterior inferior glenoid labrum is detached accompanied with a large bony fragment. associated consequent small defect of the posterolateral humeral head at the level of the coracoid. No abnormal bone marrow edema. Normal appearance (size and signal) of the supraspinatus tendon in T2 WI. Localized high signal seen in T1WI and PD images is attributed to magic angle effect (MRI artifact).

Case Discussion

Bony Bankart lesion with Hill-Sachs lesion, common complications of anterior glenohumeral instability. 

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Case information

rID: 64072
Published: 3rd Nov 2018
Last edited: 5th Nov 2018
Inclusion in quiz mode: Included
Institution: Zagazig University Hospital

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