Ross A Fawdington

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Roughly a quarter of all clavicle fractures occur at the lateral end. Displaced fractures of the lateral clavicle have a higher rate of nonunion. The management of fractures of the lateral clavicle remains controversial. Open reduction internal fixation with a superiorly placed locking plate is a recently developed technique. However, there are no(More)
Surgical debridement has been shown to be a successful treatment for chronic insertional achilles tendinopathy, retrocalcaneal bursitis and Haglund’s syndrome. Open techniques have the advantage of allowing good visualization but can result in wound healing problems and scarring.7,16 Endoscopic debridement has shown good outcomes, ranging from 72% to 97%(More)
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