Great case of somethin’ ! This is actually a known entity but the change from prior is pretty striking.
Would there be more falls getting up from the floor or falling from bed. Would be a good study.
So bad it sheared the greater tuberosity right off. No Bankart, but I guess the glenoid is so tough that it forced the humerus to take all the energy.
Unusual to see a presumed renal cell Ca this far off the reservation at presentation but it demonstrates a lot of the salient features of advanced disease.
A very uncommon but also very important event. There is an association with popliteal artery injury, be it dissection or transection/laceration.
Rare, and rarely visible on studies because of the artifact, this little gem compliments the loose anchor.