Case reportRight sternoclavicular dislocation after traumatic delivery: A case report
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AbstractSternoclavicular (SC) dislocation is an injury that is very rare in the newborn. Thus far there have been no reports describing this in neonates after a traumatic birth injury. This condition can be difficult to differentiate from epiphyseal separation, which occurs more often in older children. For successful treatment, early diagnosis is essential. Timely surgical reposition and fixation with following immobilization is recommended in instances of complete (SC) dislocation. We report a trauma-induced case of SC dislocation in a neonate successfully managed by polydioxanon cord fixation.

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