Distal clavicular erosion (differential)

Last revised by Dr Yahya Baba on 09 Sep 2021

Erosion or absence of the distal ends of the clavicles may be seen in a wide range of conditions.

Differential diagnosis

Bilateral erosions
Unilateral erosion

See also

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