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The clavicle and sternoclavicular joint 

The clavicle and sternoclavicular joint
The clavicle and sternoclavicular joint

Simon N.J. Roberts

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date: 16 May 2022

Fractures and dislocations of the sternoclavicular joint are uncommon and often successfully treated non-operatively

There are a number of poorly defined sclerotic, sometimes inflammatory, conditions with a predilection for the medial clavicle.

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