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Current concepts in fractures of the distal humerus.
Ten different parameters of humerus were measured to study the morphometry of the humerus by using digital caliper, measuring tape, graph paper, card board and measuring scale.
Proximal humerus reconstruction after tumour resection: Biological versus endoprosthetic reconstruction.
Supracondylar humerus fractures: Current trends and controversies.
A partial type of prosthesis was first created, which was intended for the treatment of fractures of the proximal humerus.
Through many stages of development, from conservative to operative treatment, open reduction and internal fixation with dual plating systems are the gold standard for fixation of distal humerus fractures (2,3,6,8-17).
Fall, a car accident, and a direct load on the arm or severe contraction of muscles can cause fracture of the humerus shaft.
The average number of elbow and humerus fracture procedures performed per resident remained relatively constant from 45.
Conclusion: Limited medial approach to the treatment of supracondylar humerus fractures yielded successful functional and cosmetic results.
Although there are no long-term studies to compare the results of JESS with other established modalities of treatment, the initial results seem promising, offering an easy, safe, effective, and economical alternative for the treatment of the proximal humerus fractures.
This report describes surgical management of simple complete oblique diaphyseal fracture of humerus and its successful surgical management in a dog.
Finally, primary reverse shoulder arthroplasty for isolated head-splitting fractures or split fractures with long segment diaphyseal extension is another treatment option in older patients (>65 years old) as indicated by two recent reports describing mixed population of complex fractures of the proximal humerus [13,14].