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Acromioclavicular joint disruptions: A comparison of two surgical approaches 'hook' and 'rope'
INTRODUCTIONAcromioclavicular joint injuries are common shoulder girdle injuries most commonly resulting from a direct blow to the acromion with the arm adducted. Type-I or type-II acromioclavicular joint injuries can be ...
Is external fixation a better way than plaster to supplement K-wires in non-comminuted distal radius fractures?
BACKGROUND: Distal radius fractures represent about one-sixth of all fractures. There is still no consensus on the treatment of this fracture. We have several issues to assess and address; one of them is the fixation method. ...
Swellings of the sternoclavicular joint: review of traumatic and non-traumatic pathologies.
The sternoclavicular joint (SCJ) is an integral part of the shoulder girdle that connects the upper limb to the axial skeleton.Swelling of the SCJ is commonly due to trauma, degeneration, infections and other disease ...