Case Report

Sword-Like Trauma to the Shoulder with Open Head-Splitting Fracture of the Head

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((a)–(c)) Radiological examination at 12 months with anteroposterior views in external (a) and internal (b) rotation as well as axillary view of the shoulder (c) indicated solid union of the fracture. ((d)-(e)) Poor clinical outcome especially in forward elevation due to axillary nerve neurapraxia. (f) Clinical picture of the wound at 17 months after surgery.