Snapping elbow due to dislocation of the medial head of the triceps. A report of two cases.

@article{Dreyfuss1978SnappingED,
  title={Snapping elbow due to dislocation of the medial head of the triceps. A report of two cases.},
  author={U Y Dreyfuss and Italy Kessler},
  journal={The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British volume},
  year={1978},
  volume={60 1},
  pages={56-7}
}
Two cases of unusual snapping at the elbow are described. In both, the medial head of the triceps was found to be separated from the main muscle belly. During flexion of the elbow, the medial head dislocated over the medial epicondyle, producing a characteristic snapping phenomenon. Both cases were of long standing and had been asymptomatic for years. The first clinical symptoms were those of an ulnar neuropathy. In order to restore the normal position of the medial head of the triceps, its… CONTINUE READING
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