Chronic dislocation or atraumatic subluxation:
*** is a *** y/o ***R/L hand-dominant individual with a history of *** presenting with ***, found to have an ***chronic SC dislocation/subluxation. The patient reported a trauma to the shoulder ***time. On exam, the patient is neurovascularly intact with no poke holes or punctate wounds. There are no signs of venous congestion or neural injury. Imaging reveals ***. Given that the inciting injury occured >3 weeks ago with evolution of the symptoms, this appears to be a chronic process. The patient was immobilized in a sling and will follow up with orthopaedics surgery in 7-10 days.
Acute dislocation (anterior or posterior):
*** is a *** y/o ***R/L hand-dominant individual with a history of *** presenting with an injury to the *** shoulder which occurred while ***, found to have an posterior/anterior*** SC dislocation. On exam, the patient is/is not*** neurovascularly intact with vitals within normal limits. The patient denies/endorses*** dysphagia, dyspnea, and paresthesias. Orthopaedics was consulted and the patient was kept NPO. Orthopaedics to provide further recommendations.