Transverse fracture of the glenoid without dislocation.


This is a case report of a 15-year-old boy with an unusual fracture of the glenoid. The mechanism of injury was a fall on the partially extended, abducted arm. The fall produced a fracture with displacement of the inferior half of the glenoid. The technique of open reduction and exposure used differed from the standard approach in that the long head of the… (More)


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@article{Freundlich1987TransverseFO, title={Transverse fracture of the glenoid without dislocation.}, author={Bruce Freundlich and Jen Denno}, journal={Orthopaedic review}, year={1987}, volume={16 3}, pages={179-83} }