PMID: 15237125Jul 9, 2004

Midshaft clavicular non-unions treated with the Herbert cannulated bone screw

Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery
I ProubastaE Cáceres

Abstract

To assess an alternative technique for the treatment of midshaft non-unions of the clavicle. Five patients with symptomatic non-unions of the clavicle were treated with open reduction and intramedullary fixation by using a Herbert cannulated bone screw. Autogenous bone grafting was applied in one case and decortication in the other 4 cases. Review of the clinical and radiological documentation at a mean time of 13 months (range, 9-26 months) postoperatively shows that union was achieved in all 5 cases. There were no complications related to the operation, and no patient needed removal of the implant for protrusion, loosening, or any other cause. Midshaft non-unions of the clavicle can be treated successfully using the Herbert cannulated bone screw, which avoids the need for a second operation to remove the implant after bone union.

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Citations

Aug 21, 2013·International Journal of Shoulder Surgery·Martin RichardsonLouise Richardson
Apr 19, 2013·Revista española de cirugía ortopédica y traumatología·E MoyaI Proubasta
Apr 6, 2011·Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma·Mehmet DemirhanAysin Kale
Aug 13, 2017·Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research·David AcklandMartin Richardson
May 27, 2016·The Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons·Josef K EichingerJason A Grassbaugh
Nov 19, 2010·Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma·Darren S DrosdowechJames A Johnson

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