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Shoulder Clinic
MADI SHOULDER HOSPITAL

Shoulder dislocation

What is a shoulder dislocation?

Shoulder instability is a state in which the shoulder is repeatedly removed due to damage to joints, ligaments, ligaments, and joints that stabilize the shoulder after the shoulder has once been removed.

Damaged joints and net photos

There are joints and ruptures in the MRA image.

Arthroscopy of the ruptured joint

Post-surgery joints and photos

Postoperative reconstruction of the joints (left) and surgical X-ray (right)

Shoulder dislocation (medical information)

Is it better to put the missing shoulder back?
NO! At about 20 years of age, when the shoulder is released, most of the time, there is instability in which the shoulder is continuously released.
However, after 30 years of age, this instability is accompanied by other site injuries such as rotator cuff tear.
Is it true that your arm does not move well when you perform shoulder surgery?
NO! It is still misunderstood that there is no joint movement after shoulder surgery but after arthroscopic surgery, normal exercise and life can be done.
Does it matter if I receive the surgery later?
NO! If the treatment timing is delayed, not only the articular cartilage but also the bones are damaged and the possibility of recurrence after surgery increases. It can also lead to chronic pain due to rotator cuff tendon rupture.

MRA images have broken joints and
bones are also damaged.

The CT image shows that the bones of the humerus and joints are worn out.

Arthroscopic findings suggest that the bones are worn and the articular cartilage is damaged.