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“Cunningham technique” dislocated shoulder reduction

      We read with great interest the article entitled “The effectiveness of a newly developed reduction method of anterior shoulder dislocations; Sool's method” in the issue of the American Journal of Emergency Medicine (2016 Apr 9. pii: S0735-6757(16)30,036-5. doi: 10.1016/j.ajem.2016.04.012), and we congratulate the authors on their management of the cases. However, we would like to make some additional comments which we believe will contribute to this study [
      • Park MS
      • Lee JH
      • Kwon H
      • Kim YJ
      • Jung JY
      The effectiveness of a newly developed reduction method of anterior shoulder dislocations; Sool's method.
      ].
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