Author | Curt Stankovic, MD

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Hill-Sachs Deformity: A Pathognomonic Sign of Anterior Shoulder Dislocation

August 04, 2012

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A Hill-Sachs deformity is a compression injury to the posterolateral aspect of the humeral head created by the glenoid rim during dislocation.

An Extremely Specific Sign of an Anterior Shoulder Dislocation

July 20, 2012

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A Hill-Sachs deformity is a compression injury to the posterolateral aspect of the humeral head created by the glenoid rim during dislocation.

Case In Point: Spontaneous Pneumothorax in a Teenage Boy

September 01, 2006

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A 17-year-old Asian male with no significant medical history presented to the emergency department (ED) with acute shortness of breath and associated left-sided chest pain. Symptoms began while the patient was at rest: the pain was sharp and worsened with inspiration. He denied a history of fever, trauma, cough, or any other constitutional complaints.