Traumatic detachment of the glenoid labrum, commonly occurring in anterior dislocations of the shoulder
a detachment of the anteroinferior portion of the glenoid labrum and capsule
a labral tear that occurs when a shoulder dislocates
a specific injury to a part of the shoulder joint called the labrum
a tear of the labrum of the shoulder
a type of labral tear most commonly due to dislocation of
An anterior pouch that is formed when the humeral head dislocates anteriorly, and remains following reduction, leaving a deficit in the anterior restraining mechanisms.
A detachment of the anterior part of the labrum from the rim of the glenohumeral cavity, often resulting from traumatic injury and resulting in shoulder instability.
Avulsion of the anterior glenoid labrum which is usually associated with anterior shoulder dislocations
a defect in the shoulder capsule and labrum caused by a shoulder dislocation. The defect is located at the anteroinferior border of the glenoid. The defect is referred to as a bony Bankart lesion when, in addition to the soft tissue defect, a piece of bone is missing from the anteroinferior glenoid.
In orthopaedics, a Bankart lesion is an injury of the anterior glenoid labrum due to repeated (anterior) shoulder dislocation. It is an indication for surgery and often accompanied by a Hill-Sachs lesion, damage to the posterior humeral head.