Fracture of Proximal Humerus with dislocation of Glenohumeral joint in a 3 year old child: A Case Report

Fracture of Proximal Humerus with dislocation of Glenohumeral joint in a 3 year old child: A Case Report

 1.Rare presentation of proximal humerus fracture dislocation in a very young child? 

2.Treatment strategy for managing such case in acute settings? 

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Bilateral Traumatic Anterior Dislocation of Shoulder – A Rare Entity

Bilateral Traumatic Anterior Dislocation of Shoulder – A Rare Entity

1.Presentation and management of bilateral traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation?

2.Unique mechanism of injury for this rare phenomenon? 

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Bilateral Traumatic Anterior Dislocation of Shoulder – A Rare Entity

Bilateral Traumatic Anterior Dislocation of Shoulder – A Rare Entity

1. Presentation and management of bilateral traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation ?

2. Unique mechanism of injury for this rare phenomenon ? 

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Idiopathic Bilateral Gluteus Maximus Contracture in Adolescent Female: A Case Report

Idiopathic Bilateral Gluteus Maximus Contracture in Adolescent Female: A Case Report

Bilateral gluteus muscle contracture is a rare entity. “Idiopathic contracture of gluteus maximus” a term proposed by Gao is a rare condition.It present as typical complain of inability to squat with patient assuming a typical frog leg position

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Idiopathic Bilateral Gluteus Maximus Contracture in Adolescent Female: A Case Report

Idiopathic Bilateral Gluteus Maximus Contracture in Adolescent Female: A Case Report

Bilateral gluteus muscle contracture is a rare entity. “Idiopathic contracture of gluteus maximus” a term proposed by Gao is a rare condition.It present as typical complain of inability to squat with patient assuming a typical frog leg position.

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Arthroscopic Removal of a Displaced Cannulated Screw after Glenoid Rim Fracture – A Case Report

Arthroscopic Removal of a Displaced Cannulated Screw after Glenoid Rim Fracture – A Case Report

A case of a 70 year old women who suffered from limited range of motion after fixation of a Ideberg III fracture using cannulated screws. X-rays showed one of the screws to be proud. The proud screw could be successfully removed arthroscopically resulting in an improved range of motion, function and decreased pain.

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