Fracture Anterior Labrum with Dislocation

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Pornthep Mamanee, MD
Yutthavat Tirakanoksathit, MD
Somsak Geraplangsub, MD

Abstract

Shoulder injuries are one of the most common problems faced by competitive athletes. A shoulder dislocation is a serious complication, and more than 95% of all shoulder injuries are anterior dislocations. Furthermore, the recurrent dislocation and subluxation are common complications after a traumatic shoulder dislocation. Conservative treatment is not sufficient to prevent future complications. An aggressive investigation and early surgical correction is called for as the best approach to achieve promising future results.

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Mamanee P, Tirakanoksathit Y, Geraplangsub S. Fracture Anterior Labrum with Dislocation. BKK Med J [Internet]. 2014Sep.20 [cited 2020Sep.30];8(1):86. Available from: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/bkkmedj/article/view/220191
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