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Page: Acromioclavicular joint injuries - Rockwood classification
Classification Type I: Sprain of the acromio-clavicular or coracoclavicular ligament Type II: Subluxation of the acromioclavicular joint associated with a tear of the acromioclavicular ligament; corac…
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Page: Allman classification of clavicle fractures
Classification GROUP I – Middle third fractures (80%) GROUP II – Distal third fractures (15%) Type I – Minimally displaced / interligamentous Type II – Displaced fractures, fracture medial to the cora…
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Page: Classification of elbow dislocations
Classification Elbow dislocations are generally described according to the position of the radius and ulna in relation to the humerus after injury. Based on this, they are classified into five types :…
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Page: Classification of shoulder dislocations
Classification Anterior Dislocations The head of the humerus lies anterior to the glenoid fossa; there may be significant disruption of the surrounding soft tissues. Subtype position of the humeral he…
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Page: Fractures of the coronoid process - Regan and Morrey classification
Classification Type I: Fracture of the intra-articular tip of the coronoid; no long-term instability present Type II: Fracture involving half or less of the coronoid; ulno-humeral stability may be sig…
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Page: The morphology of the acromion according to Bigliani
Classification Three distinct types of acromions were identified Type I Flat (17.1%) Angle of anterior slope: 13.1 degrees Full-thickness rotator cuff tears: 3.0% Type II Curved (42.9%) Angle of anter…
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