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    Hint: He suffered an orthopedic complication during the seizure
     

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    posterior d/location of humerus

    although i don't know how you can tell from the picture

    only changes i see is clavicle L) side not viewed, certainly not indicative of diagnosis
     

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    Answer: "Square-off" sign of a posteriorly dislocated shoulder.


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    This was a posterior glenohumeral dislocation that happened after a tonic-clonic seizure.


    Posterior humeral dislocation: “square-off” sign, a discrete right angle is formed on the affected side.

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