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An avulsion fracture of the greater tuberosity of the humerus with associated rotator cuff tear is rare. The authors describe the unusual case of a shoulder injury with an isolated, displaced greater tuberosity fracture associated with a massive rotator cuff tear. Due to the rotator cuff dysfunction, this patient presented with significant functional loss.
Case report Our patient was a 39-year-old G3P2 woman at 22 weeks’ gestation, who had undergone two previous caesarean sections. She was admitted to our high-risk pregnancy department, after ultrasound examination in the 2nd trimester, with the suspicion of abnormally invasive placenta. Diagnosis was confirmed at 32 weeks’ gestation, with 3rd trimester… (More)
BACKGROUND Long-term allograft survival is a major challenge in kidney transplantation. This study sought to estimate the evolution of renal function in patients receiving different immunosuppressive regimens based on everolimus (EVR). METHODS Ninety-nine renal allograft recipients were included in a 12-month open-label, noninterventional, prospective,… (More)