P Keogh
K S Khan Bhambro
P Ellanti
N Davarinos


Medicine & Nursing

humans adult diagnosis skin radiography surgery female fractures comminuted pathology shoulder fractures

Skin puckering an uncommon sign of underlying humeral neck fracture: a case report. (2011)

Abstract Skin puckering is a sign that is well associated with certain fractures such as supracondylar humeral fractures in children. To our knowledge, there has been only one clinical report of skin puckering associated with fractured neck of humerus of an adult. This is a second such case of fractured proximal humerus in an adult presenting with skin puckering and the first from the Republic of Ireland. Skin puckering is suggestive of soft tissue interposition and may be an important clinical sign indicating the need for internal fixation.
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P Keogh, K S Khan Bhambro, P Ellanti, N Davarinos

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Peter Keogh
IT Blanchardstown
Total Publications: 18
N Davarinos
IT Tallaght
Total Publications: 4