Injuries to the elbow are common, usually occur secondary to indirect trauma and
are often accompanied by injury to shoulder or wrist joints. It is important to ...
Acute elbow injuries are caused by a sudden impact or trauma. Acute elbow
injuries include bone fractures, elbow dislocations, ligament sprains and tendon
Acute injuries to the elbow are generally recognized as less than 2 weeks in
duration and may or may not be associated with direct trauma. Acute trauma to
Everyone has had a minor elbow injury. You may have bumped your "funny bone
" at the back of your elbow, causing shooting numbness and pain.
In elbow bursitis, the bursa fills with fluid, causing pain and limiting movement. ...
Trauma: A hard blow to the tip of the elbow can cause the bursa to produce ...
May 13, 2015 ... In distinction, elevation of the anterior and posterior fat pads is a reliable indicator
of elbow effusion, which, in the setting of acute elbow trauma, ...
Traumatic elbow injuries are commonly encountered in the emergency
department setting, but their complexity and clinical significance often go
unrecognized at ...
May 30, 2016 ... The evaluation of pediatric elbow radiographs in the setting of acute trauma may
be challenging for many emergency department physicians, ...
OBJECTIVE. Pediatric elbow trauma is challenging because of the complex
nature of the growing skeleton. The objectives of this article are to review the ...
CONCLUSION. Radiographic evaluation of elbow trauma in the acute setting
requires a firm understanding of developmental anatomy, radiographic