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Dynamic fixation of the avulsed clavicle.
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Three cases are presented in which open reduction and the clayicle held in the corrected position by transfer of the coracoid process with its attached muscles onto the clavicle was followed by complete recovery.
Synovial osteochondromatosis of the shoulder joint.
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Treatment consists of a surgical removal of the free loose osteocartilaginous bodies with a partial excision of the affected synovia in a synovial recess of the shoulder joint.
Hip arthroplasty in quiescent mycobacterial infection of hip.
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Three patients underwent hip arthroplasty and found the diagnosis was degenerative joint disease and subcapital fracture of the femur, respectively, and Histologic and bacteriologic examination revealed mycobacterial infection.
Dynamic Repair of Acromioclavicular Dislocation
Twenty patients with complete acromio-clavicular dislocation treated between 1967 and 1973 were reviewed with a follow-up time of from 1-6 years, the average being 3 years. They were treated by
Treatment of avulsed clavicle and recurrent subluxations of the ipsilateral shoulder by dynamic fixation.
TLDR
A new operative approach is presented for treatment of fractured distal end of clavicle associated with recurrent anterior shoulder subluxations by transfer of the coracoid process with its attached muscles under the subcapularis muscle onto the clavicles.
Osteoblastoma of the sternum
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This report reports the second reported case of sternal osteoblastoma in the sternum, as an isolated tumor, as a well defined bone tumor since its first description by Jaffe and Mayer in 1932.
[Osteoid osteoma of the wrist joint resembling tenosynovitis].
TLDR
It is suggested that in any case of persistent unexplained pain of the wrist or clinical symptoms resembling those of tenosynovitis, osteoid osteoma of the styloid process of the radius or of the carpal bones should also be included in the differential diagnosis.
Acute rupture of the lateral ligaments of the ankle joint, diagnosis and surgical treatment.
TLDR
In their opinion, all ankle injuries should be examined roentgenographically with forced inversion of the foot and the lateral ligament of the ankle must be sutured immediately in order to regain stability of the ankles.
Dynamic repair of acromio-clavicular dislocation.
Twenty patients with complete acromio-clavicular dislocation treated between 1967 and 1973 were reviewed with a follow-up time of from 1-6 years, the average being 3 years. They were treated by
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