Case of the Month

September 2010


50 year-old male with pain and instability following an anterior shoulder dislocation.


Type IX SLAP tear, a complete or near-complete labral detachment with extensive anterior and posterior components, as seen on post-arthrogram axial fat-suppressed T1 (white arrows) and sagittal fat suppressed T2 (black arrows) images. Also note Hill-Sachs lesion of the humeral head on axial fat-suppressed T1 images (black arrows). http://www.ajronline.org/cgi/content/figsonly/181/6/1449 (see Fig. 16)

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