Winters, United States
Posted on: 10 November 2018
Answer: Dislocated shoulder. In this injury, a fall or blow causes the top of your arm bone to pop out of the shoulder socket. Unlike a lot of joints in your body -- your elbow, for instance -- the shoulder is incredibly mobile. You can twist and move your upper arm in almost any direction.
Anwered By: Dr. (Maj.) Sharad Shrivastava
Posted on: 01 December 2018
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