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An 18-year-old rugby player is brought to the emergency department with a painful right shoulder, when he fell awkwardly during a tackle.

On examination, there is fullness in the deltopectoral groove and lowering of the anterior axillary fold. The acromion process appears to be prominent. His arm is slightly abducted and externally rotated.

What is the most likely diagnosis?

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