Question:

Dear Doctor. I have recurrent right shoulder dislocation, upon MRI, I have been detected have 1. Hill-Sach's defect involving the right humeral head 2. Bony Brankart Lesion with anterior glenoid labrum tear. I am here by attached the MRI report and related MRI images for your kind advice. Please advice whether I need surgery, whether it is for both the problems or only one.

Answer:

A congruent arch latarjet procedure will deal with both lesions, and we do that usually for professional athletes as well with great success.

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