Kirshner wire migration into the subclavicular area after proximal humerus fracture with internal fixation [Proksimal humerus kiri?inda internal tespit sonrasi subklavikuler bölgeye Kirshner teli migrasyonu]
K wires fxation is often used for ostosynthesis particularly in the upper limp. Internal fxation is recommended for displaced and unstable fractures of the proksimal humerus, K wire internal fxation is potentially complicated by migration of the wire from the fxation site over intime. We report the patient of 52 year old woman who had been operated for left proksimal humerus fracture 2 mounths ago. Roentgenogram and CTscans revealed that the wire migrate to the subclaviculer area. The wire was removed. As a result, patients should be followed closely and suggest to bent to out side part of the wire At the end of operation. © 2011 OMÜ Tüm haklari saklidir.