Shoulder dislocation in a judo player: a case study

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Pure anterior bilateral shoulder dislocations are rare clinical features, especially in traumatic forms. They are most often posterior, occurring during an epileptic seizure. Few cases are described in the literature, and the mechanism varies from case to case. We report a specific case of pure bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation in a 29-year-old judo player following an accident during his training and discuss the circumstances, mechanism, treatment, and prognosis.

Keywords: Bilateral dislocation; Glenohumeral dislocation; Judo; Shoulder dislocation; Sport.

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