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Radial Head Fracture

Vaidya NV - MedPix (2006)

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Affiliation: National Capital Consortium

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Radial Head Fracture

History: 20 y.o. man, had a FOOSH injury ( fall on outstretched right hand ).

Findings: Lateral view of the right elbow demonstrates anterior and posterior fat pads consistent with large joint effusion at the elbow. The AP and oblique views demonstrate a nondisplaced intra-articular oblique fracture through the lateral aspect of radial head.

Ddx: Joint effusion Hemarthrosis Radial head fracture

Dxhow: Radiology

Exam: Not available

No MeSH data available.


Lateral view of the right elbow demonstrates anterior and posterior fat pads (arrowheads) consistent with large anterior and posterio joint effusion at the elbow.
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MPX1869_synpic32707: Lateral view of the right elbow demonstrates anterior and posterior fat pads (arrowheads) consistent with large anterior and posterio joint effusion at the elbow.


Radial Head Fracture

Vaidya NV - MedPix (2006)

Lateral view of the right elbow demonstrates anterior and posterior fat pads (arrowheads) consistent with large anterior and posterio joint effusion at the elbow.
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MPX1869_synpic32707: Lateral view of the right elbow demonstrates anterior and posterior fat pads (arrowheads) consistent with large anterior and posterio joint effusion at the elbow.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: National Capital Consortium

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Radial Head Fracture

History: 20 y.o. man, had a FOOSH injury ( fall on outstretched right hand ).

Findings: Lateral view of the right elbow demonstrates anterior and posterior fat pads consistent with large joint effusion at the elbow. The AP and oblique views demonstrate a nondisplaced intra-articular oblique fracture through the lateral aspect of radial head.

Ddx: Joint effusion Hemarthrosis Radial head fracture

Dxhow: Radiology

Exam: Not available

No MeSH data available.