A combined fracture of the greater and lesser tuberosity with head shaft continuity in the proximal humerus

@article{Takase2006ACF,
  title={A combined fracture of the greater and lesser tuberosity with head shaft continuity in the proximal humerus},
  author={Katsumi Takase and Koutaro Shinmura and Kengo Yamamoto},
  journal={Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery},
  year={2006},
  volume={127},
  pages={895-898}
}
We treated a combined fracture of the greater and lesser tuberosity with head shaft continuity in the proximal humerus. This case is impossible to classify in three of the classifications, the Neer classification, AO Müller classification, or Jakob classification. However, this case has been described as fracture types in two different categories in the Codman classification. Based on our experience with this case, we concluded that both the plain radiographs and the CT scans were necessary to… CONTINUE READING

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