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Category : Journal (Shoulder) / Orthopaedics

Posterior instability is less common than anterior shoulder instability, encompassing approximately 10% of all shoulder instability in young active patients. The etiology of posterior instability is most commonly traumatic dislocation or subluxation that damages the posterior labrum, posterior inferior glenohumeral ligament, and/or the bony glenoid rim (posterior bony Bankart lesion)
Source : Healio
On : 08-Jan-2018