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Med Bull Sisli Etfal Hosp. 2009; 43(1): 45-47


Bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation which developped after a minor trauma during plates sport

Sami Sökücü,Özgür Mengeş Murat Gül, Yavuz Kabukçuoğu.

Abstract
Bilateral shoulder dislocations are rare. Anterior shoulder dislocation occurs by extreme extension, abduction and external rotation strain. Twenty nine years old female patient admitted to emercency service on October 2007 by bilateral shoulder pain with an acute onset during plates sport. After clinical and radiological evaluation bilateral anterior glenohumeral dislocation was detected. Both shoulders were reducted by Kocher method.

Key words: Bilateral, glenohumeral dislocation, plates



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