Glenohumeral instability and dislocation.

@article{Finnoff2004GlenohumeralIA,
  title={Glenohumeral instability and dislocation.},
  author={Jonathan T. Finnoff and Susan Doucette and Gregory Hicken},
  journal={Physical medicine and rehabilitation clinics of North America},
  year={2004},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={v-vi, 575-605}
}
Glenohumeral joint instability and dislocations are common diagnoses seen by physicians. There are many different pathologic etiologies for these conditions. A thorough understanding of the history,physical examination, pathoanatomy, and classification systems is required to make an accurate diagnosis. With the appropriate diagnosis, the clinician can choose the correct treatment and improve the patient's outcome.