Clinical Introduction: A 32-year-old man presented to the ED after a heavy fall on his left shoulder. He presented the following day with pain and gross limitation of movement in the left shoulder. There was no history of previous injury to the left shoulder. This was his non-dominant limb and he worked in a manual occupation. He was neurovascularly intact. His initial radiographs are shown in figures 1 and 2.
- Journal article
- Shoulder Injuries/diagnosis
- Shoulder/anatomy & histology
- Emergency Service, Hospital/organization & administration
- Accidental Falls
- Open Fracture Reduction/methods