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Table 3 Complications and outcome after treatment using the PHILOS plate

From: Comparison between minimally invasive, percutaneous osteosynthesis and locking plate osteosynthesis in 3-and 4-part proximal humerus fractures

Patient Gender Age Fracture type ASA Type Reoperation (weeks after fracture treatment) CMS UCLA SST VAS Satisfaction
1 male 75 4 part 2 Screw cut out 6 54 25 7 4 dissatisfied
2 female 70 4 part 2 Screw cut out 8 50 18 7 1 satisfied
3 male 62 4 part 3 Screw cut out 10 45 22 6 3 dissatisfied
4 female 71 3 part 2 Screw cut out 11 51 29 7 1 satisfied
5 female 74 4 part 2 Screw cut out 12 50 25 8 3 dissatisfied
6 female 78 4 part 3 AVN   44 24 7 7 dissatisfied
7 female 67 3 part 3 AVN   15 13 1 7 dissatisfied
8 female 80 4 part 2 AVN   30 15 5 3 dissatisfied
9 female 75 4 part 3 AVN   37 15 4 3 dissatisfied
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