Coracoclavicular joints. Reflections upon incidence, pathophysiology and etiology of the different forms

@article{Nehme2004CoracoclavicularJR,
  title={Coracoclavicular joints. Reflections upon incidence, pathophysiology and etiology of the different forms},
  author={Alexandre H Nehme and J. L. Tricoire and G{\'e}rard Giordano and Daniel Roug{\'e} and Philippe Chiron and Janine Puget},
  journal={Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy},
  year={2004},
  volume={26},
  pages={33-38}
}
Since the first description of the coracoclavicular joint in 1861, many papers have been published reporting its occurrence, anatomical description, and geographical distribution. However, there are as yet no published articles with a convincing explanation for the rather variable forms of this variant. In this study, we investigated the occurrence of the coracoclavicular joint in the current and medieval population of Toulouse city and propose, through biometric measures, an explanation for… CONTINUE READING