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Page: 17-year-old with a history of left elbow injury (OrthopaedicsOne Cases)

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Page: Acromioclavicular joint injuries - Rockwood classification (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Classification Type I: Sprain of the acromio-clavicular or coracoclavicular ligament Type II: Subluxation of the acromioclavicular joint associated with a tear of the acromioclavicular ligament; corac…
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Page: Allman classification of clavicle fractures (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Classification GROUP I – Middle third fractures (80%) GROUP II – Distal third fractures (15%) Type I – Minimally displaced / interligamentous Type II – Displaced fractures, fracture medial to the cora…
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Page: Arthroscopic Treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis (OrthopaedicsOne Viewpoints)
Arthroscopic Treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis Since the original description of lateral epicondylitis by Runge in 1873, there has been controversy regarding the etiology, pathoanatomy and most appro…
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Page: Classification of elbow dislocations (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Classification Elbow dislocations are generally described according to the position of the radius and ulna in relation to the humerus after injury. Based on this, they are classified into five types :…
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Page: Classification of shoulder dislocations (OrthopaedicsOne Articles)
Classification Anterior Dislocations The head of the humerus lies anterior to the glenoid fossa; there may be significant disruption of the surrounding soft tissues. Subtype position of the humeral he…
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Page: Clavicle Fracture - Is Open Reduction and Internal Fixation the Right Option (OrthopaedicsOne Viewpoints)
Clavicle Fracture - Is Open Reduction and Internal Fixation the Right Option The question of open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) of clavicle fractures remains controversial. For the purpose of…
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Page: Clavicle Fracture - Plate Fixation for All (OrthopaedicsOne Viewpoints)
Clavicle Fracture - Plate Fixation for All Clavicle fractures are recognized as being among the “best fractures” to have in the upper limb, since most heal well without complication. Over the last few…
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Page: Cross-union both bones forearm (OrthopaedicsOne Images)

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Page: Displaced radial head fractures should be treated with a prosthesis (OrthopaedicsOne Viewpoints)
Do you fix or replace displaced radial head fracture? What are your indications for radial head replacement?