Management of proximal humeral fractures: Surgeons don’t agree

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The management options for proximal humeral fractures have expanded in recent years. Patients with displaced, unstable proximal humeral fractures may have improved outcomes if managed operatively. We investigated the decision making of fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons when presented with the same group of cases. We hypothesized that interobserver and intraobserver agreement for surgical management would be poor and independent of fellowship training.

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