Case Reports in Orthopedics / 2016 / Article / Fig 1

Case Report

A Posteriorly Displaced Distal Metaphyseal Clavicular Fracture (Type IV AC Joint Dislocation-Like) in Children: A Case Report and Literature Review Study

Figure 1

(a) Radiograph of the left shoulder showing fracture of the lateral metaphyseal clavicle. (b) CT scan of the left shoulder showing the posterior displacement of the proximal end of the fracture; arrows are pointing to the fracture ends. (c) 3D reformat of the CT of the left shoulder (view from above); notice the clavicle is posteriorly displaced in relation to the acromion and scapular spine.

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