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Reverse Hill-Sachs Lesion

Location

Shoulder

Diagnosis

Posterior shoulder dislocation

Discussion

Defect in anteromedial portion of proximal humerus resulting from posterior shoulder dislocation. Management of this injury is determined by both the size of impression defect and time that a locked posterior dislocation has been present.

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