The Utilization Of Musculoskeletal Ultrasonography In A Patient With Shoulder Pain - Page #3
 

Other Studies:
Immediate bedside musculoskeletal ultrasonography was performed of the left shoulder, utilizing the low frequency curvilinear probe-posterior transverse approach. Case Photo #1
Impression: Posterior Shoulder Dislocation with associated bony fragment.

Follow up x-rays ordered for confirmation of posterior dislocation with associated bony fragment. Case Photo #2 Case Photo #3
Impression: Posterior Dislocation of left shoulder with associated engaged reverse Hill-Sachs deformity.

Left Shoulder CT Performed. Case Photo #4
Impression: Posterior Dislocation of the left glenohumeral joint. Engaged reverse Hill-Sachs lesion of the left humeral head with multiple bony fragments.

Consultations:
Orthopedic Surgery

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