1 Hill Sachs lesion

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 Hill Sachs lesion


True Hill Sachs lesion - Is seen as a depression in Postero-Lateral head of humerus ( at/above the level of coracoid )
  • It is due to recurrent ANTERIOR dislocation of shoulder joint


Pseudo Hill Sachs lesion - Is seen as flattening in Postero-Lateral head of humerus ( below the level of the coracoid ) 
  • It is a NORMAL variant in anatomy.


Reverse Hill Sachs Lesion -  Is seen as a depression in Antero-Medial head of humerus
  • It is due to recurrent POSTERIOR dislocation of shoulder joint.





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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the summarizing. Really very helpful :)

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