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Jenny is surgical registrar in trauma and orthopaedic surgery, training in Oxford. As well as being a clinical trainee, she is also a NIHR (National Institute of Health Research) Academic Clinical Fellow, undertaking research alongside her clinical training. She has a special interest in upper limb surgery, trauma surgery and surgical education.


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What is the trend in surgery for proximal humerus fractures?


Jennifer Lane considers this retrospective audit which examined current practice in the US to discover the current trends in treatment of proximal humerus fractures.

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Ultrasound guided barbotage for calcific tendonitis in the shoulder – does it work?


In her debut blog, Jennifer Lane discusses a systematic review examining the effects of ultrasound guided barbotage for calcific tendonitis in the shoulder.

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