Benjamin D Coupe

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The majority of midshaft clavicle fractures unite uneventfully. Although the indications for operative intervention are limited and reported complication rates high, there are circumstances in which surgery is required. We describe a new, infraclavicular surgical approach to the clavicle used in a series of 89 patients over 9 years. Average time to union(More)
We report a case of stem fracture of a collarless, polished, double-taper cemented stainless steel femoral prosthesis. Scanning electron microscopy showed fatigue striations, indicating failure by fatigue. This case study highlights that stem fracture can still occur with modern implants. Size 0 CPT stem should be avoided in patients with high body mass(More)
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