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Hill-Sachs Lesions

The most common bony lesion associated with traumatic glenohumeral instability is a compression fracture at the posterolateral margin of the humeral head Commonly known as a Hill-Sachs lesion, this fracture occurs as the humeral head impacts the glenoid edge during dislocation.

The lesion is present in 80% of anterior dislocations, 25% of anterior subluxations, […]

PASSIVE TESTS OF THE DISTAL RADIOULNAR JOINT

Passive pronation

Positioning.

The subject stands with the arm hanging and the elbow bent to 90°. The examiner stands in front of the subject. Both hands encircle the distal part of the forearm in such a way that the heel of the contralateral hand is placed on the palmar aspect of the ulna and […]

Dislocation of the Shoulder Joint

Dislocation of the shoulder joint is a relatively common injury in sports such as ice hockey, team handball, American football, rugby, riding, alpine skiing, skating, and wrestling. Shoulder dislocations are 3 times more common in men 20–30 years old, than in persons aged over 30 years. The male to female ratio for primary dislocation is […]