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Treatment Results for Unstable Distal Clavicle Fractures Using Hybrid Fixations with Finger Trap Wire and Plate

Yu JS, Yang BS, Park BM, Kwon OS

Purpose: This study assessed the results of surgical treatment for Neer type-II and type-V unstable distal clavicle fractures via hybrid fixation with a locking compression plate and finger trap wire. Materials...
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Florid Reactive Periostitis of the Clavicle: A Case Report

Park HE, Chai JW, Jo CH, Kim JE, Kim DH, Kim HJ, Seo J

Florid reactive periostitis (FRP) is a rare benign fibro-osseous proliferation, occurring mostly in the short tubular bones of hands and rarely in the long tubular bones. We report a surgically...
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Clavipectoral plane block as a sole anesthetic technique for clavicle surgery - A case report -

Rosales AL, Aypa NS

Background: The clavipectoral fascial plane block was introduced by Dr. Luis Valdes in a symposium at the 2017 European Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Therapy Congress. Case: Clavipectoral plane...
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A propeller superficial transverse cervical artery perforator flap for defect coverage of the submental area: a case report

Choi JY, Seo JH, Cha WJ, Seo BF, Jung SN

Reconstruction of submental defects is a challenge that needs to be approached carefully, since many important anatomical structures are located in this small space. Both aesthetic and functional outcomes should...
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Allograft reconstruction for large parosteal osteoma of the clavicle: a case report

Shin D, Kim W, Park J

A large parosteal osteoma arising on the surface of the right clavicle of a 39-year-old male patient was suspected preoperatively as a parosteal osteosarcoma. The lesion was treated with wide...
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Current concepts in the treatment of midshaft clavicle fractures in adults

Song HS, Kim H

Midshaft clavicle fractures are the most common fracture of the clavicle accounting for 80% of all clavicle fractures. Traditionally, midshaft clavicle fractures are treated with conservative treatment even when prominent...
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Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis of the Clavicle in a 50-Year-Old Male: A Case Report

Park C, Kim YH, Cha SJ, Kim JY

Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) is a rare condition that usually occurs in children and commonly affects the skeletal system. It is extremely rare in adults, especially in the clavicles. In...
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Refracture after locking compression plate removal in displaced midshaft clavicle fractures after bony union: a retrospective study

Park HY, Kim SJ, Sur YJ, Jung JW, Kong CG

Background: A midshaft clavicle fracture is a common fracture that typically responds well to open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF). However, refracture can occur after implant removal (IR). This study...
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Unusual and nondescript type of distal clavicular fracture

Fernández AI, Minarro JC

Displaced fracture of the distal third of the clavicle usually occurs after direct trauma to the shoulder and typically results in superior displacement of the proximal fragment. We report a...
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Long-term outcomes of initially conservatively treated midshaft clavicle fractures

Lee GB, Kim H, Jeon IH, Koh KH

Background: Recent studies about completely displaced midshaft clavicle fractures have reported that their nonunion/malunion rates were significantly higher in conservatively treated patients compared to surgically treated patients. The purpose of...
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Additional fixation using a metal plate with bioresorbable screws and wires for robinson type 2B clavicle fracture

shin WJ, Chung YW, Kim SD, An KY

Simple clavicle shaft fracture typically achieves satisfactory union after treatment and does not result in complication with conservative treatment. Non-union or malunion can occur in displaced clavicle fractures or comminuted...
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Sporadic Cleidocranial Dysplasia in a Newborn: A 4-Year Follow-up Study

Kim JH, Kim SJ, Kim HH, Kim JK

Cleidocranial dysplasia (CCD) is a rare autosomal dominant skeletal dysplastic disease associated with mutations in the gene encoding the Runt-related transcription factor 2 (RUNX2). CCD is characterized by hypoplastic clavicles...
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Clinical and Radiological Outcomes after Various Treatments of Midshaft Clavicle Fractures in Adolescents

Kim HY, Yang DS, Bae JH, Cha YH, Lee KW, Choy WS

Background: Controversy exists about the optimal treatment of midshaft clavicle fractures in the presence of significant displacement, comminution, or shortening of the fracture in adolescents. The purpose of this study...
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A multi-institutional analysis of sternoclavicular joint coverage following osteomyelitis

Othman S, Elfanagely O, Azoury SC, Kozak GM, Cunning J, Rios-Diaz AJ, Palvannan P, Greaney P, Jenkins MP, Jarrar D, Kovach SJ, Fischer JP

Background Sternoclavicular joint (SCJ) osteomyelitis is a rare pathology requiring urgent intervention. Several operative approaches have been described with conflicting reports. Here, we present a multi-institutional study utilizing multiple surgical...
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Current Concepts for Classification and Treatment of Distal Clavicle Fractures

Kim DW, Kim DH, Kim BS, Cho CH

Distal clavicle fractures are less common than mid-shaft fractures in adults and there is no consensus on the best classification system or the ideal treatment approach considering that high nonunion...
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Combined supraclavicular and superficial cervical plexus block for clavicle surgery

Baran O, Kır B, Ateş , Şahin A, Üztürk A

Background: Clavicle fractures occur in 35% of shoulder girdle fractures. Surgical fixation is preferred, especially in young patients for optimal functional outcomes, while nondisplaced fractures are usually treated conservatively. Case: A 38-year-old...
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Brachial Plexus Neuropathy after Revision of Clavicular Fracture Nonunion: A Case Report

Kim Y, Choo SK, Jeon N

We performed a revisionary open reduction and internal fixation for treating nonunion of the mid-shaft of the left clavicle with an autogenous cancellous bone graft. On postoperative day 4, the...
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Delayed Subclavian Vein Stenosis without Thrombosis Following Clavicle Fracture

Kim DW, Jeong IS, Na KJ

Subclavian vein injuries occasionally occur as a sequela of penetrating trauma or vascular access, but have rarely been reported to occur after clavicle fracture. The subclavian vessels are mainly enclosed...
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Scapular Dyskinesis Assessment with Low Dose Three-Dimensional Wing Computer Tomography after Anatomical Union of Clavicle Fracture

Kim YS, Kim JG, Hwang JT, Shim JC, Jang SH

PURPOSE: Malunions after clavicle fractures are generally considered to cause scapular dyskinesis. This study aims to verify the incidence of scapular dyskinesis following anatomically reduced clavicle fracture and to verify...
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A Comparison of Combined Superficial Cervical Plexus Block and Interscalene Brachial Plexus Block with General Anesthesia for Clavicle Surgery: Pilot Trial

Yoo JH, Ryoo JH, You GW

OBJECTIVE: Recently, the cases about successful regional anesthesia using combined superficial cervical plexus block and interscalene brachial plexus block for clavicle surgery have been reported. The aim of this study...
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