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BET 2: MILCH’S TECHNIQUE VERSUS SCAPULAR MANIPULATION TECHNIQUE FOR REDUCTION OF ANTERIOR SHOULDER DISLOCATION
  1. Mary Gendy, Resident,
  2. Rick Body, Clinical Research Fellow Manchester Royal Infirmary
  1. University of South Florida, Florida, USA

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    Search checked by Rick Body, Clinical Research Fellow Manchester Royal Infirmary

    Institution: University of South Florida, Florida, USA

    CLINICAL SCENARIO

    A 32-year-old healthy man attends the emergency department with a right shoulder injury he sustained during a hockey game. Clinical examination reveals a defect in his glenohumeral joint, an anterior shoulder dislocation and no neurovascular deficits. x Rays reveal an anterior shoulder dislocation and no fracture. You are aware of …

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