Bilateral anterior fracture-dislocation of the shoulder joints due to severe electric shock

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A 37-year-old sheet metal worker sustained a severe electric shock. He was referred to the Accident Department of the Grimsby General Hospital and discharged home after clinical examination only. Nine weeks later the diagnosis of anterior fracture-dislocation of both shoulders was confirmed by X-rays and open reduction was carried out with considerable difficulty. © 1983.

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Salem, M. I. (1983). Bilateral anterior fracture-dislocation of the shoulder joints due to severe electric shock. Injury, 14(4), 361–363. https://doi.org/10.1016/0020-1383(83)90258-9

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