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Medial Epicondyle Avulsion, entrapment between trochlea and olecranon

Craig KRC - MedPix (2008)

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Affiliation: National Capital Consortium

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Medial Epicondyle Avulsion, entrapment between trochlea and olecranon

History: 13 y/o male baseball player with acute elbow pain, after a fall.

Findings: Plain radiographs obtained after splinting demonstrate elbow effusion and displaced medial epicondyle within the elbow joint between the trochlea and olecranon.

Ddx: None

Dxhow: Radiographs

Exam: Pain and swelling of elbow greatest medially

No MeSH data available.


AP and lateral radiographs demonstrate joint effusion and avulsed medial epicondyle (black asterisk) now located in the joint space between the trochlea and olecranon (white asterisk).  The posterior fat pad (arrows) and anterior fat pad (arrowheads) are also visible.
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MPX2196_synpic41320: AP and lateral radiographs demonstrate joint effusion and avulsed medial epicondyle (black asterisk) now located in the joint space between the trochlea and olecranon (white asterisk). The posterior fat pad (arrows) and anterior fat pad (arrowheads) are also visible.


Medial Epicondyle Avulsion, entrapment between trochlea and olecranon

Craig KRC - MedPix (2008)

AP and lateral radiographs demonstrate joint effusion and avulsed medial epicondyle (black asterisk) now located in the joint space between the trochlea and olecranon (white asterisk).  The posterior fat pad (arrows) and anterior fat pad (arrowheads) are also visible.
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MPX2196_synpic41320: AP and lateral radiographs demonstrate joint effusion and avulsed medial epicondyle (black asterisk) now located in the joint space between the trochlea and olecranon (white asterisk). The posterior fat pad (arrows) and anterior fat pad (arrowheads) are also visible.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: National Capital Consortium

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Medial Epicondyle Avulsion, entrapment between trochlea and olecranon

History: 13 y/o male baseball player with acute elbow pain, after a fall.

Findings: Plain radiographs obtained after splinting demonstrate elbow effusion and displaced medial epicondyle within the elbow joint between the trochlea and olecranon.

Ddx: None

Dxhow: Radiographs

Exam: Pain and swelling of elbow greatest medially

No MeSH data available.