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The topic which has been chiefly discussed in this sqadia.com medical lecture is the shoulder injuries. Our medical specialist, Dr Hammad Haider has initially shed light on the clavicle and scapula fractures. Furthermore, acromioclavicular joint injuries along with the sternoclavicular dislocation has been highlighted in-detail. Additionally, dislocation of shoulder encompassing anterior, posterior and inferior dislocation has been extensively elaborated.
After presenting forward an overview of the fractures of the clavicle, mechanism of injury along with certain clinical features have been highlighted. Following this, imaging, classification and treatment has been mentioned thoroughly. In addition to this, lateral-third fractures, medial-third fractures and various complications have been conversed about.
First and foremost, mechanism of injury has been presented. Subsequently, clinical features, imaging alongside the classification and treatment has been reported. Furthermore, types of intra-articular fractures in conjunction with the fractures of acromion and carotid process has been discussed. In addition to this, combined fractures, scapulothoracic dissociation together with the clinical features and treatment has been considered.
Acromioclavicular Joint Injuries
In the beginning of this section, mechanism of injury, pathological anatomy and classification has been conversed about in-detail. Besides this, X-rays and certain treatment options including modified Weaver-Dun procedure alongside certain complications have been shed light on.
Firstly, definition and mechanism of injury of sternoclavicular dislocation has been mentioned quite comprehensively. Moving ahead, clinical features, diagnosis together with the treatment has been expansively explained.
Dislocation of Shoulder
Initially, anterior dislocation of shoulder has been brought under discussion. Following this, posterior and inferior dislocation of shoulder has been highlighted. The respective features, diagnosis, treatment along with the range of complications have been reported. In the end, our educator has elaborated the shoulder dislocation in children.