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A 23-year-old male right hand dominant minor league hockey player sustains the injury shown in Figure A and B. The patient is apprised of the risks and benefits of both conservative and surgical treatments. He chooses to undergo surgical intervention and wishes to minimize the chance of requiring a second operation. Which of the following is the most appropriate surgical procedure for this patient?
Distal clavicle resection
Transacromial wire fixation with possible coracoclavicular ligament reconstruction
Coracoclavicular screw fixation
Hook plate fixation with coracoclavicular ligament reconstruction
Small fragment plate fixation with possible coracoclavicular ligament reconstruction
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HPI - Fall from height (ladder) with immediate onset of pain and limited function
How would you treat this patient?