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Hill-Sachs lesion – a complication of glenohumeral joint dislocation

August 14, 2014

The undiagnosed presence of an occult fracture of the posterolateral portion of the humeral head may contribute to clinically obscure symptomatology following dislocation of a shoulder joint. A discussion relative to the etiology, pathogenesis and statistical incidence of the Hill-Sachs deformity is offered. An emphasis is placed on appropriate imaging and diagnosis. An accompanying radiographic

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