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Progression of Condition of a Severely Dislocated Comminuted Proximal Humeral Fracture on the Right Shoulder
Progression of Condition of a Severely Dislocated Comminuted Proximal Humeral Fracture on the Right Shoulder

This exhibit begins with an image of the normal shoulder joint with the humeral head in anatomical position to contrast this against a comminuted fracture of the humerus with dislocation of the head of the humerus. This is then followed by a series of images showing progression of bone healing during a period of 6-7 months but still showing dislocation of the shoulder throughout the whole time.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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