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Elbow dislocation with impaction fracture

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Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Elbow dislocation with impaction fracture

History: MVA

Findings: Lateral elbow demonstrates capitellum impacted into olecranon. The exact location of the capitellum is obscured but the radiocapitellar line does not intersect the capitellum indicating dislocation. Small bony fragments are seen anterior to the radial head indicating fracture. Normal fat pad. AP Elbow shows no obvious deformity. Portable view of humerus demonstrates increased distance between the trochlea and trochlear notch. Post reduction lateral elbow displays the impaction fracture.

Ddx: - supracondylar fracture. - impaction fracture - fracture with dislocation

Dxhow: Radiographically and physical exam

Exam: The patient complains of left elbow pain. There is no gross deformity or crepitus.

No MeSH data available.


Increased space is seen between trochlea and trochlear notch.
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Elbow dislocation with impaction fracture

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Increased space is seen between trochlea and trochlear notch.
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MPX2020_synpic19638: Increased space is seen between trochlea and trochlear notch.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Elbow dislocation with impaction fracture

History: MVA

Findings: Lateral elbow demonstrates capitellum impacted into olecranon. The exact location of the capitellum is obscured but the radiocapitellar line does not intersect the capitellum indicating dislocation. Small bony fragments are seen anterior to the radial head indicating fracture. Normal fat pad. AP Elbow shows no obvious deformity. Portable view of humerus demonstrates increased distance between the trochlea and trochlear notch. Post reduction lateral elbow displays the impaction fracture.

Ddx: - supracondylar fracture. - impaction fracture - fracture with dislocation

Dxhow: Radiographically and physical exam

Exam: The patient complains of left elbow pain. There is no gross deformity or crepitus.

No MeSH data available.