Imaging of glenohumeral instability.

@article{Sanders2010ImagingOG,
  title={Imaging of glenohumeral instability.},
  author={Timothy Sanders and Michael B. Zlatkin and Justin B. Montgomery},
  journal={Seminars in roentgenology},
  year={2010},
  volume={45 3},
  pages={160-79}
}
M M e s he glenohumeral joint has a unique anatomic configuration designed to maximize the positioning of the opposble thumb in 3-dimensional space but by its very design is rone to instability. Indeed, the glenohumeral joint is the ost commonly dislocated joint in the body.1 In order for the houlder to function properly, the large articular surface of he “ball-like” humeral head must remain centered within the mall shallow articular fossa of the glenoid throughout its ntire range-of-motion… CONTINUE READING
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