The rare cases of acromion-clavicular dislocation observed in volley ball players must be regarded as serious and potentially disabling injuries requiring appropriate treatment. A brief account of their aethiology and pathogenesis is followed by a description of the types and therapy adopted at the Orthopaedic Clinic of the University of Genoa: taping plus gauze wadding or a Kenny-Howard brace for 1st and 2nd –degree injuries; Putti-Goidanich syndesmosis for 3rd-degree injuries. An account is also given of the satisfactory results constantly observed on follow-up (min. 2 months; max 3 years) in 12 nonprofessional players (6 with 1st-2nd –degre injuries, 6 with 3rd - degree injuries

La lussazione acromion-claveare nel volley: orientamenti attuali di trattamento. Current approaches to the treatment of acromioclavicular dislocation in volleyball players

SANGUINETI, FRANCESCA
1992

Abstract

The rare cases of acromion-clavicular dislocation observed in volley ball players must be regarded as serious and potentially disabling injuries requiring appropriate treatment. A brief account of their aethiology and pathogenesis is followed by a description of the types and therapy adopted at the Orthopaedic Clinic of the University of Genoa: taping plus gauze wadding or a Kenny-Howard brace for 1st and 2nd –degree injuries; Putti-Goidanich syndesmosis for 3rd-degree injuries. An account is also given of the satisfactory results constantly observed on follow-up (min. 2 months; max 3 years) in 12 nonprofessional players (6 with 1st-2nd –degre injuries, 6 with 3rd - degree injuries
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