Case study of humerus shaft fracture operated with modified ender nail
Author(s): Dr. Harsh Patel, Dr. Vaibhav S Dangi and Dr. Tejas R Patel
Abstract: Aim: A case report of 1-day old oblique fracture of distal one-third shaft of humerus treated with modified ender nail technique. Method: A 40 years old female patient presented with 1-day old history of trauma to OPD with left arm pain and swelling. On x-ray there was oblique fracture of distal one-third shaft of left humerus with normal distal neuro-vascularity. The patient presented with a closed injury. The patient was planned to be operated with modified ender technique. Result: The patient had full range of motion at elbow joint and good range of motion at 6 weeks.
Dr. Harsh Patel, Dr. Vaibhav S Dangi, Dr. Tejas R Patel. Case study of humerus shaft fracture operated with modified ender nail. Int J Case Rep Orthop 2023;5(1):158-160. DOI: 10.22271/27078345.2023.v5.i1c.159
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