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  • Coracoid fractures: therapeutic strategy and surgical outcomes. [Journal Article]
  • JTJ Trauma Acute Care Surg 2012; 72(2):E20-6
  • Ogawa K, Matsumura N, Ikegami H
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although the majority of cases with type I coracoid fractures suffered double disruptions of SSSC, satisfactory results have been obtained with surgical treatment focusing on the assured reconstruction of a firm scapuloclavicular union.
  • Defining impairment and treatment of subacute and chronic fractures of the coracoid process. [Journal Article]
  • JTJ Trauma 2009; 67(5):1040-5
  • Ogawa K, Ikegami H, … Watanabe A
  • CONCLUSIONS: In the overlooked and untreated type I fracture with persistent pain and functional impairment, reduction and fixation of the coracoid fracture aimed at reconstruction of the firm scapuloclavicular connection and structural restoration of the coracoacromial arch results in gratifying outcomes. In the cases of type II fracture, conservative treatment is indicated. When presenting with atypical manifestations of subcoracoid impingement, releasing of the coracoacromial ligament proves effective.
  • Fractures of the coracoid process. [Journal Article]
  • JBJ Bone Joint Surg Br 1997; 79(1):17-9
  • Ogawa K, Yoshida A, … Ui M
  • We reviewed 67 consecutive patients with fractures of the coracoid process, classifying them by the relationship between the fracture site and the coracoclavicular ligament. The 53 type-I fractures w…
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