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Die traumatische hintere Schulterluxation

  • Ch. Lampert
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Zusammenfassung

Die hintere Schulterluxation ist eine der am häufigsten übersehenen Verletzung überhaupt [36]. Daher ist es wichtig, die Begriffe und Varianten der hinteren Schulterluxation zu kennen und damit zu unterscheiden, denn die Therapie ist wesentlich von diesen Einteilungen abhängig.

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