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유관 나사를 사용한 청장년층의 상완골 경부 사분 골절의 치료

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 Cannulated Screw Fixation for 4 Part Fractures of the Neck of Humerus 
 강호정  ;  이두형  ;  윤홍기  ;  한수봉 
 Journal of the Korean Fracture Society (대한골절학회지), Vol.18(4) : 432-436, 2005 
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Journal of the Korean Fracture Society(대한골절학회지)
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Neck of humerus ; 4-part ; Cannulated screw
Neck of humerus ; 4-part ; Cannulated screw
Purpose: To analyze radiological and functional results after open reduction and internal fixation for fractures of the neck of humerus (4-part) using cannulated screws. Materials and Methods: Between January 1997 and April 2004, 11 patients with neck of humerus fracture (4-part) were treated operatively by open reduction and internal fixation with cannulated screws. Two surgical approaches (deltopectoral for 9 cases and deltoid splitting for 2 cases) were used. The mean age was 36 years old and the mean duration of follow-up was 56 months. ASES (American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons) score was checked to evaluate the function in shoulder joint. We used 2 cannulated screws in 2 cases, 3~4 screws in 6 cases and over 5 screws in 3 cases for fixation. In 2 cases, K-wires were used additionally and autoiliac bone graft was done in 1 cases which had poor bone mass. Results: All cases got bony union at 5.6 months on average. In functional assessment of shoulder, eight patients got excellent, one got good points. There were complications including shoulder stiffness in 2 cases, avascular necrosis of humeral head in 1 case and subacromial impingement syndrome in 1 case. Conclusion: Internal fixation using cannulated screws for fractures of humerus neck (4 part) showed good bony union and functional results in patients under 50 years old who had average bone quality.
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Yonsei Authors
Kang, Ho Jung(강호정) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0273-1264
Yoon, Hong Kee(윤홍기)
Hahn, Soo Bong(한수봉)
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