For this video I want to talk all about shoulder dislocations.
There are many things to remember with a shoulder dislocation that is good for both your boards and clinical practice.
So, first I’m going to talk about the initial presentation, physical exam, and the imaging needed for the diagnosis.
Things I touch on:
- The most common type of shoulder dislocation
- The presentation associated with anterior versus posterior dislocations.
- The type of imaging and the different views needed to distinguish shoulder dislocations.
- The light bulb sign
At the end, we'll also test your knowledge to see if you can identify the type of dislocation presented.
Good luck and enjoy!
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