HUMERUS:MUSCU TRAUMA (075064981X)
Evan L. Flatow, Christoph Ulrich
Taylor & Francis, 1996 - Medical - 209 pages
Two-part displaced surgical neck fractures surgical trmt of humeral diaphyseal fractures fractures in children etc.
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achieved active allow anatomical approach artery articular associated axillary Bone Joint Surg cause classification Clin clinical closed comminution complex complications deformity diaphyseal fractures direct dislocation displaced distal early elbow elbow joint evaluation exercises extension external Figure four four-part frac fragment function greater tuberosity healing hemiarthroplasty humeral head immobilization important incidence indicated initially injury insertion internal fixation involved lateral lesions lesser malunion medial ment method minimally mobility motion muscle nail Neer nerve non-operative non-union obtained occur open reduction operative Orthop pain patient performed placed plate position possible posterior postoperative present problems prosthetic proximal humeral fractures proximal humerus radial radial nerve radiographs range of motion relatively removed replacement reported rotator cuff screws segment severe shoulder significant soft tissue stability surface surgeon surgery surgical surgical neck technique three-part tion trauma treated treatment tures upper usually vascular weeks wire