Retrospective analysis of surgical treatments of sternoclavicular joint dislocation: literature review

Kochnev E.I., Sviridenko A.S., Liulin S.V., Meshcheriagina I.A., Shelepov A.V., Deviatykh R.V., Alekseev S.A.


Traumatic injuries to the sternoclavicular joint (SCJ) dislocations account for less than 3% of all joint dislocations. However, instrumentation fixation is frequently associated with high-risk complications that lead to disability. The authors sought to explore historical aspects of various surgical fixation techniques based on specific anatomy of injured segment. The findings are presented in the chronological order briefly describing methods of fixation, the authors and clinical results obtained.


dislocation, sternoclavicular joint, specific anatomy, fixation, historical aspects

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