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>Journals >Revista Médica del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social >Year 2016, Issue S3


Ojeda-Reyes ÁJ, Barragán-Hervella RG, Vallecillo-Velázquez H, Alvarado-Ortega I, Romero-Figueroa MS, Montiel-Jarquín ÁJ
Functional and Radiological Evaluation of patients with midshaft clavicle fracture surgically treated
Rev Med Inst Mex Seguro Soc 2016; 54 (S3)

Language: Español
References: 18
Page: 254-258
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ABSTRACT

Background: Functional and radiographic evaluation at midshaft clavicle fractures is better with surgical than conservative management. The aim of this paper is to describe the functional and radiological evaluation of patients with midshaft clavicle fracture surgery at the Hospital de Traumatología y Ortopedia of the Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social.
Methods: Descriptive studies, conducted during the period June 2014 to June 2015, patients undergoing surgical treatment for midshaft clavicle fracture were included. Constant-Murley and Montoya Scales were used to evaluate the functionality and radiological consolidation 6 months after the treatment.
Results: There were 90 patients, average age was 33.63 years, 78.9% were men, left side affected in 53.3% patients. At 6 months after surgery, functional results were excellent in 87.8% of patients, in 91% there was disappearance of fracture line regardless callus. The group of patients aged 18 and 40 years present better functional and radiographic results compared to the other groups (p ‹0.05).
Conclusions: The management of patients with diaphyseal clavicle fracture should be surgical, ages between 18 to 40 years and between 61 to 76 years have better functional outcomes with greater consolidation of fracture line regardless of the callus.


Key words: Bones of upper extremity, Clavicle, Fractures bone, Bony callus.


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