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A/Prof Cristina Morganti-Kossmann

Among the numerous pathologies of the shoulder, the Bankart and the Hill-Sachs lesions are quite complex as they are associated with shoulder dislocations and injuries to different elements of the gleno-humeral joint, including the bones, the humerus and glenoid on the scapula, and the structure made of connective tissue, the glenoid labrum.

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