Scott Erlanger

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Sixty-three complete acromioclavicular separations were treated by 2 operative methods. Acromioclavicular wiring gave 73% acceptable results while wire or Dacron coracoclavicular loop gave 94% acceptable results. Complications, especially broken, bent, or backed-out wires were common with acromioclavicular wiring. Of 44 patients treated by acromioclavicular(More)
Atraumatic spontaneous posterior dislocation of the sternoclavicular joint (SCJ) is an extremely rare event. Only three recorded cases exist in the literature, and they are poorly documented and without roentgenographic confirmation. Spontaneous posterior dislocation of the SCJ occurred in an active 50-year-old woman without any known underlying pathology.(More)
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