Bilateral Shoulder Pain In A High School Football Player - Page #3
 

Lab Studies:
None

Other Studies:
Imaging
Left Shoulder X-Ray notable displaced posterior glenoid osseous fracture. Case Photo #1
Right Shoulder X-Ray similar findings with less degree of fracture displacement Case Photo #4
Left Shoulder MR Arthrogram: Chronic posterior Bankart fracture with associated labral tear. Osseous loose body fragment. Case Photo #2
Left Shoulder CT demonstrated 5-mm fracture gap of displaced posterior osseous Bankart fracture. Case Photo #3
Right shoulder MRI showed chronically displaced posterior osseous Bankart fracture with associated posterior labral tear extending to superior labrum Case Photo #5

Consultations:
Sports orthopedics, who recommended left shoulder arthroscopy with loose body removal and posterior bony Bankart repair/capsulorrhaphy.

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