Frontal and axillary views of the right shoulder demonstrate the humeral head (red arrow) to be displaced out of the glenoid socket (green arrow) and migrated posteriorly compatible with a posterior shoulder dislocation. This patient had bilateral posterior shoulder dislocation from electrocution (very rare case, the other shoulder is not shown here).
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