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DIY Postoperative t-shirts for arm or shoulder injuries

      The clavicle, otherwise known as the collarbone, is the most common bone to break and makes up 5% to 10% of all fractures seen in hospital emergency admissions [1, 2]. Return to work or sport usually occurs within 6 to 8 weeks [3]. During this recovery time, weight bearing activities and full range of motion are typically restricted. Whether a student, athlete, or young professional, the sudden restricted use of an extremity leads to the inability to perform simple tasks that were previously taken for granted. One specific activity most people take for granted is the ability to dress oneself.

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