Posterior elbow dislocation combined with subadventitial rupture of the brachial artery: interposition with the use of the autologous basilic vein.

Abstract

The authors describe a relatively rare avulsion injury of the brachial artery complicating elbow dislocation in a young man, together with the relevant diagnostics and treatment. In the discussion, they deal with the symptomatology of artery injuries and available examination methods, suggesting an appropriate treatment algorithm.

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@article{Slais2007PosteriorED, title={Posterior elbow dislocation combined with subadventitial rupture of the brachial artery: interposition with the use of the autologous basilic vein.}, author={Marek Slais and Miloslav {\vS}pa{\vc}ek and Vil{\'e}m Rohn and Petr Mit{\'a}{\vs} and Jan Tosovsky}, journal={Prague medical report}, year={2007}, volume={108 1}, pages={87-92} }