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Broken Collarbone

Broken Collarbone: Introduction

A fracture or break in the collarbone. The collarbone, also known as the clavicle is a part of the shoulder that joins the arm to the body. Some babies are born with a broken collarbone due to a tight passage down the birth canal. ...more »

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