Anne-Claire Tobenas-Dujardin

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The middle third of the clavicle is commonly involved in any injury and account for 5–10% of all fractures in adults. Although non-unions are rare, their treatment has not been well defined yet. This report describes the arterial supply of the clavicle to clarify the pathological mechanism and the surgical procedure of non-unions. This study was based on(More)
The supraclavicular (intermediate) and supra-acromial (lateral) branches of supraclavicular nerves contribute to the innervation of the thorax, shoulder, and neck. Despite their clinical and surgical interest, they are not often considered for descriptive anatomy. The goal of this work was to clarify the morphometric knowledge of these two branches and to(More)
In France, “article critique” became a particular teaching method in the second part of the medical curriculum. It approaches a reading exercise of scientific medical papers similar to that of journal club. It could be compared to reviewing a paper as performed by reviewers of a scientific journal. We studied the relevancy of that teaching method for the(More)
Objective: The intermediate and lateral branches of the supraclavicular nerves supply the skin of shoulder, neck, and superior part of the chest. The goal of this anatomical study was to clarify the clinical findings of their injuries. Methodology: Fourteen intermediate and lateral branches of embalmed cadaver neck were dissected using magnifying glasses.(More)
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