Structure of neck of radius
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BackgroundThe three most common elbow fractures classically reported in pediatric orthopedic literature are supracondylar (50–70… Expand BACKGROUND
Osteointegration of press-fit radial head implants is achieved by limiting micromotion between the stem and bone… Expand Objectives To evaluate the results of surgical treatment of displaced radial neck fractures in children using an association of… Expand INTRODUCTION
Pediatric radial neck fractures represent 5-10% of all elbow fractures. Open reduction allows anatomic fracture… Expand Comminuted radial head fractures can be treated with a radial head implant. The effects of lengthening (2.5 mm, 5 mm) and… Expand Radial neck nonunion in children is a rare complication of a displaced radial neck fracture. The authors conducted a… Expand BACKGROUND
An elevated posterior fat pad visible on a lateral radiograph of a child's elbow following trauma is generally… Expand A sexual dimorphism more marked than in living humans has been claimed for European Middle Pleistocene humans, Neandertals and… Expand Fractures of the radial neck have been reported to account for approximately 6 per cent of all fractures about the elbow in… Expand A 67-year-old woman was referred because of persistent pain in her dominant right elbow. She had been treated for lateral… Expand