The shoulder is a shallow ball and socket joint. The large ball (humerus) articulates with a shallow socket (glenoid). #ShoulderDislocation occurs when the humeral head dislodges out of the glenoid socket. This may be partial (#subluxation) or full (#dislocation).
After the first episode, it is likely that the labrum and ligaments will be torn, putting the shoulder at high risk of recurrent episodes of instability. This is especially true for patients under the age of 30 years.
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