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Year : 1997  |  Volume : 31  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 196-199

Abduction Contracture Of Shoulder Functional Disability

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S. K Behara

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Fifteen patients presented themselves for functional disability in Activities of Daily living (ADL). Some complained of unacceptable appearance, especially the females. Clinically they all had contructure of the Deltoid muscle. All patients were subjected to release of contracted part of the deltoid muscle. Immediate restoration of full mobility of shoulder with realignment of Gleno-humoral joint was restored. During the follow-up none of them had residual deformity or recurrence of the deformity. All results were cosmetically and functionally acceptable.

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