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Fig. 2 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

Fig. 2

From: Bone shortening of clavicular fractures: comparison of measurement methods

Fig. 2

Plot of shortening as measured by the three respective measurement methods. Reference lines show 0 and −20 mm shortening. The side difference method by Lazarides et al. produced a large proportion of patients with lengthening of the bone after a fracture, while the Silva et al. and Hill et al. methods had a large proportion of patients with shortening over the clinical significant −20 mm

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