When the damage only involves the labrum it is called a Bankart lesion. A Hill- Sachs lesion occurs when the lesion to the labrum presents simultaneously with a. There are two types of labral tears: SLAP tears and Bankart lesions. On MR a Hill-Sachs defect is seen at or above the level of the coracoid. Horst and his colleagues also found that a larger Hill-Sachs lesion leads to greater . Burkhart and de Beer first described the concept of engaging vs. . Bankart repair and remplissage for a large engaging Hill-Sachs lesion.

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banoart The results proved the procedure to be highly successful as the ASES score improved from The success of the various reduction techniques lies in the fact that it increases the articular arc of the humerus as it rotates on the glenoid, which helps prevent engagement and recurrent instability [ 5 ].

That is usually the journal article where the information was first stated. Sports, falls, seizures, assaults, throwing, reaching, pulling on the arm, or turning over in bed can all be causes of anterior dislocation. Drawing of the glenoid track: Bankart lesions are typically located in the o’clock position because that’s where the humeral head dislocates. Partial Humeral Head Arthroplasty Lesino resurfacing of the humeral head impression fracture g a cobalt-chrome articular component is a relatively new technique that offers advantages in comparison to other osseous defect repair procedures [ 68 ].

This includes individuals actively playing contact sports football, rugby, hockey and throwing activity tennis, baseball, cricket. Labral variants schs may mimick a SLAP tear.

Location of the Hill-Sachs lesion in shoulders with recurrent anterior dislocation.

Reverse Bankart Detachment of the posteroinferior labrum o’clock with tearing of the posterior scapular periosteum with or without an osseus fragment of the glenoid.

First of all, it applied to those patients with a single, or first time, dislocation. At the end-range of movement, a part of the shoulder joint capsule becomes tight and prevents further movement of the arm.


The Radiology Assistant : Shoulder MR – Instability

The dislocation event, as described by Provencher et al. Abstract Shoulder stability depends on the position of the arm as well as activities of the muscles around the shoulder. On images of the shoulder with the arm in a neutral position, the torn labrum may be held in its normal anatomic position by the intact scapular periosteum, which thereby prevents contrast media from entering the tear. Case 9 Case 9.

hi,l Before their paper, although the fracture was already known to be a sign of shoulder dislocation, the precise mechanism was uncertain. The responsiveness of intra-articular pressure to the external load is determined by the volume of the joint as well as the thickness and quality of the surrounding soft-tissue envelope, such as the joint capsule and the muscles.

‘On-track’ and ‘off-track’ shoulder lesions

A Bankart tear can extend to the o’clock position, but then there should also be a tear in the o’clock position. The incidence of Hill—Sachs lesion is not known with certainty. When a Hill-Sachs lesion is identified careful assessment of the anterior glenoid rim and labrum should be performed to identify a potential Bankart lesion.

Bankrat osteotomy for large Hill-Sachs defects: This occurs when the round humeral head is forcibly hilo on the edge of the glenoid, which causes compression fractures in the humeral head. The dislocation of the humeral head to antero-inferior causes damage to the antero-inferior rim of the glenoid in the 3 – 6 o’clock position marked in red.

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Perthes lesion A Perthes lesion is a labroligamentous avulsion like a Bankart, but with a medially stripped intact periosteum. Even if a primary dislocation event causes a bony defect in the humeral head, it is common practice for a surgeon to neglect the bony defect and repair other relevant pathology, such as a Bankart lesion repair [ 5 ].

It is common for a surgeon to treat the primary instability event, whether it be glenoid bone loss or a Bankart lesion. However, with the progress of knowledge about the glenoid track concept and engagement, the diagnosis and preoperative decisions are becoming more accurate. Pain and a catching sensation with shoulder subluxation are also frequently described. Case 14 Case It has been noted several times throughout the literature that engagement of a Hill-Sachs lesion is a superior predictor of recurrent stability or failure of arthroscopic surgery compared to predicting outcomes based off size alone [ 1238 ].


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The glenoid labrumlabeled glenoid ligamentis damaged in a Bankart lesion. It also details the relevant clinical and surgical findings that have been made throughout the literature in the past couple of years. Glenohumeral stability from concavity-compression: However, due to sacus anterior tilt of the scapula, the direction of humeral head dislocation relative to the scapula was almost anterior 3: The most recent literature covering the Hill-Sachs lesion has focused on the relatively new and unexplored topic of the importance of concomitant injuries while treating a humeral head defect.

MRI evaluation of bipolar bone loss using the on-track off-track method: The image on the right shows a cartilage defect in the 4 o’clock position.

Hill–Sachs lesion

Shoulder stability The basic concept of shoulder stability is explained in the first section of this article so that the following explanation of bony stability will be better and more easily understood by the readers. Pathophysiology and treatment of atraumatic instability of the shoulder. Pulled elbow Gamekeeper’s thumb. However, with non-operative treatment there is a higher risk of recurrent dislocations.

In this technique, they used a bone tamp to carefully raise the cortical surface of the humerus in small increments. Arthroscopic repair of Bankart injuries have high success rates, with studies showing that nearly one-third of patients require re-intervention for continued shoulder instability following repair.