Separación de las articulacionesTipo III AC : Continúa la controversia y una técnica única / Type III AC joint separation: Continued controversy and a unique technique

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Orthopedics Today, November 2014

James R. Andrews, MD; Filippo Chillemi, MD; Dustin Loveland, MD

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Type III AC joint separation: Continued controversy and a unique technique

Orthopedics Today, November 2014
James R. Andrews, MD; Filippo Chillemi, MD; Dustin Loveland, MD



  
 

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Type III AC joint separation: Continued controversy and a unique technique
Controversy still surrounds treatment of Rockwood type III acromioclavicular (AC) joint separation across various populations. This separation pattern includes disruption of the AC ligaments, coracoclavicular ligaments and deltopectoral fascia, with a radiographically widened AC joint in conjunction with an increased coracoclavicular distance of 25% to 100%.Read more