Stryker notch view

Stryker notch view

a specially positioned x-ray view of the shoulder, with the hand on top of the head, and the beam angled about 10° cephalad; used to evaluate for Hill-Sachs lesion following dislocations.
See also: Hill-Sachs defect.
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To improve diagnostic accuracy, the Stryker Notch View is recommended as the scapular Y view sensitivity is poor.
These fractures are frequently overlooked on standard X-ray views but can be more easily demonstrated in a cephalad-tilted view or an adapted Stryker Notch View, which is useful in this setting.