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Shoulder dislocation
Shoulder dislocation and.                                                            joint arthritis
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Shoulder joint should be reduced first (most probably under anaesthesia) and decision about greater tuberosity can be taken after checking X-ray/CT Knee arthritus can be dealt after shoulder settles, physio/steroid injection/replacement depends on your symptoms and stage of arthritis
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Consult local orthopaedician
Health Tips
Shoulder immobiliser
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Please put history to give any openion
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When did you suffer the injury. As per the report, there is one fracture in shoulder alongwith dislocation of shoulder.. Knee x ray suggests osteoarthritis and osteoporosis.. Knee part can be dealth secondarily but shoulder part needs urgent treatment..
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You need to visit a nearby hospital immediately to get the shoulder joint reduced and plan for Greater tuberosity fracture as per its position. Since, the injury appears to be more than 2-3 days old now, there is a possibility that closed reduction won't be possible. Sometimes surgical treatment may be required..
Health Tips
Use a shoulder Immobilizer support.. that will help in reducing the pain. You can also do ice fomentation locally..
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