sup] It is characterized by the absence of the clavicles
, which usually occurs in 10% of cases or the presence of hypoplastic clavicles
which allow the hypermobility of shoulders that can move it up to the medial plane of the body.
Radiograph of the right clavicle
and shoulder joint revealed marked sclerosis of right clavicle
On palpation, both the clavicles
were found missing.
Fractures of the clavicle
have been traditionally treated non-operatively.
of children between the ages of two to six years old we observed the beginning of column formation.
Conclusion: The knowledge of nutrient foramina in clavicles
is important in surgical procedures such as bone grafting and in microsurgical vascularized bone transplantation.
In this report, we present a 28-year-old man with the regression of the condensing osteitis of the clavicle
after the extraction of a decayed tooth.
X-ray chest revealed bilateral absent clavicles
and X-ray pelvis showed wide open pubic symphysis, (Fig.
Chest radiograph shows both clavicles
tapering and defective portion of lateral ends.
is the first bone to ossify during the fifth week of gestation and is the last to fuse.
SUMMARY: The clavicle
arises by intramembranous ossification, but it develops secondary cartilages as growth centers.
The story we hear from Reyes' side goes more like this: He was playing catch with his uncle and his right clavicle