Orthopaedics – MCQ 19 – Lesions associated with recurrent dislocation of shoulder

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The lesions associated with recurrent dislocation of shoulder include all, except:
a) Hill-Sach’s lesion
b) Bankart`s lesion
c) Capsular laxity
d) Supraspinatus tear

Correct answer : d) Supraspinatus tear

Lesions associated with recurrent dislocation of shoulder are :

  • Hill-Sach’s lesion
  • Bankart`s lesion
  • Erosion of anterior rim of glenoid cavity
  • Capsular laxity
  • Subcapsularis deficiency
  • Glenoid fossa deficiency

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