Intra-articular loose body with Concomitant Bankart Lesion a
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Introduction: The spectrum of pathoanatomic lesions encountered in anterior shoulder dislocation is broad. There could be a presence of loose bodies, chondral and osteochondral, in the shoulder joint and also concomitant rotator cuff partial tears resulting from acute and chronic shoulder instability.
Case Report: We present one case report of a 46-year-old male Chinese with an uncommon case of Bankart lesion, with a full thickness chondral defect over the superior glenoid articular surface manifesting as a large intra-articular loose cartilaginous body. The patient presented with persistent shoulder pain with signs of shoulder instability.
Investigations and Treatment: The plain radiographs of his left shoulder showed an enlocated shoulder, with a small Hill-Sachs lesion with no other noted abnormalities. His magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), left shoulder showed a preserved glenohumeral joint alignment. There is a recent Hill-Sachs lesion of 0.2 cm, a labral tear with a superior labral anterior-posterior component. There is an associated glenoid articular injury at the anterosuperior quadrant with a cartilage defect of 0.7 cm and the underlying glenoid has no significant bony deficiency. His rotator cuff tendons are intact. He underwent arthroscopic repair of his Bankart lesion with the removal of intra-articular loose body

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