Vol - 28, Issue - 09
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-27-09-2021-948
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Abstract : Proximal humerus Epiphyseal fractures account for about 2-3% of all epiphyseal fractures. The majority of these fractures in the preadolescent age group can be managed without the need for surgery, due to a greater remodeling and healing potential in children. We report a rare case of proximal humerus salter Harris type 2 fracture with shoulder dislocation in a 3-year-old child and our experience in management with open reduction internal fixation with Kirshner wires along with the relocation of the shoulder joint. Conservative management or methods have been widely used to treat these fractures. No direct comparison of our method could be done with conservative treatment with this case study, but our experience with this case shows how the Open Reduction Internal Fixation with K-wires can give correct fracture healing and superior clinical results with lesser complications.

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