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Bilateral posterior fracture-dislocation of the shoulders with subscapularis rupture and HAGL lesion: a case report
Rheumatology and Orthopedic Medicine
Bilateral posterior fracture-dislocation of the shoulders is a rare condition and easy to be overlooked. They can be caused by epileptic seizures, sports injuries, electrical shock, or electroconvulsive therap. We report a rare case of posterior fracture-dislocation of bilateral shoulders with the HAGL (Humeral Avulsion Glenohumeral Ligament) lesion on one shoulder, and subscapularis rupture on the other shoulder during a seizure attack in epileptics. Case presentation: A 69-year-old male wasdoi:10.15761/rom.1000115 fatcat:mayfel2sjjegjh4ofzwi6aelwa