Clavicle Fractures

When newborns experience fractures it frequently involves the clavicle. If the shoulders are too wide to fit through the birth canal, or if the baby it not positioned correctly, one of the clavicles can break. The classical signs of a neonatal clavicular fracture are instability, abnormal motion or crepitations (the sound bone ends rubbing makes) at the fracture site, swelling at the fracture site, or asymmetry in arm movement.

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