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 ...
Traumatic forearm and elbow injuries make up approximately 15% of emergency
department visits for upper-extremity musculoskeletal injuries annually (1).
Traumatic elbow injuries are commonly encountered in the emergency
department setting, but their complexity and clinical significance often go
unrecognized at ...
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, ...
Pitfalls of diagnosing elbow fractures on X-ray. AP and lateral elbow X-rays.
Raised fat sign seen on elbow X-ray.
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.
OBJECTIVE. Pediatric elbow trauma is challenging because of the complex
nature of the growing skeleton. The objectives of this article are to review the ...
Pediatric elbow trauma is challenging because of the complex nature of the
growing skeleton. The objectives of this article are to review the anatomy and ...
The radial head, capitellum view: useful technique in elbow trauma. A Greenspan
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