Harold Arthur Hill (1901-1973) was an American radiologist.
Worked as a radiologist with Maurice David Sachs in San Fransisco California
In 1940, published a report of 119 shoulder dislocation cases. They determined that the cortical depression in the posterolateral head of the humerus was related to impaction of the humeral head against the inferior glenoid in anterior shoulder dislocation.
The deformity/fracture is eponymously attributed the Hill-Sachs Lesion
- Born 1901, Illinois
- 1931 – MD, University of California
- 1935 – Private radiology practice, St Joseph’s Hospital in San Francisco
- 1941-1946 – WW II, US Navy Reserve rising to rank of Captain.
- Died 1973
- Hill-Sachs Lesion (1940)
- Hill HA, Sachs MD. The grooved defect of the humeral head: a frequently unrecognized complication of dislocations of the shoulder joint. Radiology. 35: vol 6 690–700.(December 1940)
- Somford MP, Van der Linde JA, Wiegerinck JI, Hoornenborg D, Van den Bekerom MPJ, Van Deurzen DFP. Eponymous terms in anterior shoulder stabilization surgery. Orthop Traumatol Surg Res. 2017 Dec;103(8):1257-1263. [PMID 28942024]
- Somford MP, Nieuwe Weme RA, van Dijk CN, IJpma FF, Eygendaal D. Are eponyms used correctly or not? A literature review with a focus on shoulder and elbow surgery. Evid Based Med. 2016 Oct;21(5):163-71 [PMID 27565943]
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