Fracture of the clavicle
is common in occurrence with the incidence of approximately 5% of all fractures seen in hospital emergency admissions.
Case 2 Presentationwith with short statue, bilateral growth failure in the clavicles
(pseudoarthrosis on the right side ard lateral aplasia on the left one), widened pubic symphysis, coxa vara, dertal problems, progressive scoliosis/kyphosis, and a positive family history.
The venous architecture forms a circle of veins around each clavicle
Table II shows the identification point (IP) values; percentage bone identified, and test of significance from 454 Isan Thai clavicles
. It was found that the percentage bone identified of the C1 of both sexes and C2 of only males is greater than 80 % as compared to the rest parameters (Table II).
Reconstruction of Three-Dimensional Clavicle
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.
Results: The nutrient foramen was observed in all 50 (100%) clavicles
. Total 82 foramina were observed.
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.
For the creation of finite element models, artificial clavicles
with a Scorpion or an LCP clavicle
hook plate attached were photographed with a [micro]CT device (inspeXio SMX-90CT, Shimazu, Japan).