Acromioclavicular joint injury - Rockwood type 2
Fell off horse and landed on elbow. Pain and disability to shoulder.
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AC joint space and CC distances are widened. The distal clavicle is displaced superiorly compared to the acromion. Overlying soft tissue swelling. No fracture. Glenohumeral joint is normal.
Rockwood type 2 acromioclavicular joint injury.
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Classification of AC joint injuries can be a useful guide for treatment as certain types will often require operative management while others are typically managed non-operatively.
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