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Musculo Skeletal Joints and Tendons | 6.1 Shoulder
Case 6.1.22 Traumatic lesions of the humeral head and other bony structures


Greater tuberosity fracture:
Greater tubercle fracture
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Greater tubercle fracture
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Undisplaced greater tubercle fracture and tiny partial avulsion of the supraspinatus tendon
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Undisplaced greater tubercle fracture
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Greater tuberosity fracture
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Greater tubercle fracture with a cortical defect
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Greater tuberosity fracture
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Undisplaced greater tuberosity fracture (*1) and partial supraspinatus tendon rupture (*2) blood filled bursa (*3)
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Greater tuberosity fracture
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Traumatic avulsion of the supraspinatus tendon insertion with bony fragments
Humeral head luxation:
Anterior humeral head luxation with fluid filled bursa and total rotator cuff rupture
Humeral head luxation:
Hill Sachs lesion (depressed posterior part of the humeral head after anterior luxation)
Humeral head luxation:
Humeral head impression fracture and lesion of the glenoid
Humeral head luxation:
Hill Sachs defect
Humeral head luxation:
Hill Sachs and bony Bankart lesion in a patient after an anterior shoulder luxation
Humeral head luxation:
Hill Sachs lesion and loose bodies in defect and in the bicipital groove
Humeral head luxation:
Hill Sachs lesion (*1) and loose body (*2) in defect
Humeral head luxation:
Posterior humeral head luxation with the humeral head posterior to the scapula
Humeral head luxation:
Posterior humeral head luxation and labrum avulsion with the humeral head posterior to the scapula
Humeral head luxation:
Posterior humeral head luxation fracture with the humeral head posterior to the scapula
Various trauma:
Humeral head fracture and hemarthrosis with hemorrhagic effusion
Various trauma:
Screw fixation of a greater tuberosity fracture with loose fragments with impingement
Various trauma:
Impression fracture of the anterior aspect of the humeral head after posterior luxation (Mac laughlin fracture)
Various trauma:
Mac laughlin fracture and subscapularis tendon rupture. The biceps tendon is displaced medialy
Various trauma:
Fracture of the lesser tubercle with an intact suscapularis insertion and hemarthrosis
Various trauma:
Lesser tubercle fracture
Various trauma:
Avulsion of the coracoid process
Various trauma:
Coracoid fracture and partial rupture in the short biceps tendon
Various trauma:
Scapula fracture
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Greater tubercle fracture
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Greater tubercle fracture
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Undisplaced greater tubercle fracture and tiny partial avulsion of the supraspinatus tendon
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Undisplaced greater tubercle fracture
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Greater tuberosity fracture
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Greater tubercle fracture with a cortical defect
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Greater tuberosity fracture
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Undisplaced greater tuberosity fracture (*1) and partial supraspinatus tendon rupture (*2) blood filled bursa (*3)
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Greater tuberosity fracture
Greater tuberosity fracture:
Traumatic avulsion of the supraspinatus tendon insertion with bony fragments
Humeral head luxation:
Anterior humeral head luxation with fluid filled bursa and total rotator cuff rupture
Humeral head luxation:
Hill Sachs lesion (depressed posterior part of the humeral head after anterior luxation)
Humeral head luxation:
Humeral head impression fracture and lesion of the glenoid
Humeral head luxation:
Hill Sachs defect
Humeral head luxation:
Hill Sachs and bony Bankart lesion in a patient after an anterior shoulder luxation
Humeral head luxation:
Hill Sachs lesion and loose bodies in defect and in the bicipital groove
Humeral head luxation:
Hill Sachs lesion (*1) and loose body (*2) in defect
Humeral head luxation:
Posterior humeral head luxation with the humeral head posterior to the scapula
Humeral head luxation:
Posterior humeral head luxation and labrum avulsion with the humeral head posterior to the scapula
Humeral head luxation:
Posterior humeral head luxation fracture with the humeral head posterior to the scapula
Various trauma:
Humeral head fracture and hemarthrosis with hemorrhagic effusion
Various trauma:
Screw fixation of a greater tuberosity fracture with loose fragments with impingement
Various trauma:
Impression fracture of the anterior aspect of the humeral head after posterior luxation (Mac laughlin fracture)
Various trauma:
Mac laughlin fracture and subscapularis tendon rupture. The biceps tendon is displaced medialy
Various trauma:
Fracture of the lesser tubercle with an intact suscapularis insertion and hemarthrosis
Various trauma:
Lesser tubercle fracture
Various trauma:
Avulsion of the coracoid process
Various trauma:
Coracoid fracture and partial rupture in the short biceps tendon
Various trauma:
Scapula fracture
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