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having met three times with absence of the fibro-cartilage, has undertaken the study of its use and significance. He regards the usual view that it practically establishes a correspondence between two surfaces that do not fit as erroneous. He maintains that, though the articular surfaces of the sternum and clavicle vary, still they do correspond. Having dissected a hundred joints, he finds that the articular surface of the clavicle which encroaches on the lower surface of the bone is distinctlydoi:10.1056/nejm188805031181805 fatcat:gouwfmnw3zcehoddcwtwkrd5zy