Hi Sir, my left hand shoulder dislocated approx 3 times in my 10 years life. MRI also take pls suggested . MRI . Report also attached . Recurrent dislocation. FINDINGS: Type III mild anteriorly hooked acromion is noted. 1)There is evidence of focal juxtaarticular marrow edema with thin effusion at the acromioclavicular joint region. 2)There is suggestion of flattening and anterior convexity involving the posterior aspect of humeral(at and below the level of the coracoid) with focal heterogenous marrow suggesting Hill-Sachs defect. 3) There is suggestion of focal signal changes in the anterior inferior of mild irregular articular margins grade I partial thickness articular surface tear. Thin sliver of fluid noted in the subacromial ,deltoid,subcoracoid recesses,glenohumeral joint and along the long head of bicsps tendon.
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