Shoulder fractures commonly involve the clavicle also known as the collar bone, humerus or upper arm bone, and the scapula or shoulder blade.
Fractures often cause severe pain, swelling, and bruising about the shoulder.
Shoulder fractures in older patients are often the result of a fall from standing height. In younger patients, shoulder fractures are often caused by a high energy injury, such as a motor vehicle accident or contact sports injury.
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