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Shoulder Dislocations
[OCOSH Code: D012783 417076003 S43 WI_D_SD]

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Acromioclavicular Separation (8)
Internet resources relating to Acromioclavicular Separation, dislocation or subluxation of the AC joint
MeSH Search Term "Acromioclavicular Joint/injuries"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code S43.1 Dislocation of acromioclavicular joint
SNOMED-CT Term Dislocation of acromioclavicular joint (disorder) Concept ID: 263019000
OCOSH Code: D000173 263019000 S43.1 WI_D_SD_ACS
Anterior (7)
Internet resources relating to Anterior Shoulder Dislocation
MeSH Search Term "Shoulder Dislocation"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code S43.0 Dislocation of shoulder joint
SNOMED-CT Term Anterior dislocation of shoulder joint (disorder) Concept ID: 263021005
OCOSH Code: D012783 263021005 S43.0 WI_D_SD_A
Posterior (4)
Internet resources relating to Posterior Shoulder Dislocations
MeSH Search Term "Shoulder Dislocation"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code S43.0 Dislocation of shoulder joint
SNOMED-CT Term Posterior dislocation of shoulder joint (disorder) Concept ID: 263022003
OCOSH Code: D012783 263022003 S43.0 WI_D_SD_P
Sterno-Clavicular Dislocation (8)
Internet resources relating to Sternoclavicular Dislocation
MeSH Search Term "Sternoclavicular Joint/injuries"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code S43.2 Dislocation of sternoclavicular joint
SNOMED-CT Term Dislocation of sternoclavicular joint (disorder) Concept ID: 263009006
OCOSH Code: D013247 263009006 S43.2 WI_D_SD_SC

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2009 Reduction of Inferior Shoulder Joint Dislocation eMedicine Procedures

Location: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/110422-overview

Inferior glenohumeral dislocations, also known as luxatio erecta, are extremely uncommon, accounting for less than 1% of all shoulder dislocations. Most inferior dislocations result from forceful hyperabduction of the shoulder. Hyperabduction of the glenohumeral joint initially results in impingement of the humeral head against the acromion. The leverage caused by...
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shoulder dislocation CHORUS

Location: http://chorus.rad.mcw.edu/doc/00369.html

* anterior (subcoracoid)
  o humerus --> beneath coracoid process, anterior to glenoid
  o most frequent site + type of dislocation of any joint
  o easily detected
  o repeated dislocation ==> Hill-Sachs deformity and/or Bankart deformity
* posterior
  o 2 - 4% of shoulder dislocations
  o 50% d/t seizures; trauma, electrical shock
 ...
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Shoulder Dislocations eMedicine Orthopedics

Location: http://www.emedicine.com/orthoped/topic440.htm

Shoulder dislocations account for almost 50% of all joint dislocations. Most commonly, these dislocations are anterior (90-98%) and occur due to trauma. Most anterior dislocations are subcoracoid in location. Subglenoid; subclavicular; and, very rarely, intrathoracic or retroperitoneal dislocations may occur.
Synonyms and related keywords: shoulder instability, anterior shoulder dislocation, posterior shoulder...
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