What Does a Dislocated Elbow Look like?

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A dislocated elbow can only be seen clearly from an xray, it is however characterised by severe pain, swelling, and an incapability to bend the arm. Such an elbow can lead to serious injuries such as fractures and injuries to the arteries in the arm. On getting a dislocated elbow, you should go to the hospital's emergency department immediately.
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