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Radial Head Fracture

Long JRL - MedPix (2007)

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Affiliation: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Radial Head Fracture

History: 57 year old female status post fall on an outstretched hand.

Findings: Frontal, lateral and oblique radiographs of the left elbow demonstrate a non-displaced fracture at the volar aspect of the left radial head. Alignement is anatomic and the joint spaces are within normal limits. An effusion or hemarthrosis is present at the elbow, as evidenced by elevation of the anterior fat pad and visualization of the posterior fat pad.

Ddx: Radial head fracture with joint effusion or hemarthrosis.

Dxhow: Radiographs

Exam: n/a

No MeSH data available.


Frontal, lateral and oblique radiographs of the left elbow demonstrate a non-displaced fracture at the volar aspect of the left radial head.  Alignement is anatomic and the joint spaces are within normal limits.  An effusion is present at the elbow.
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MPX2219_synpic39363: Frontal, lateral and oblique radiographs of the left elbow demonstrate a non-displaced fracture at the volar aspect of the left radial head. Alignement is anatomic and the joint spaces are within normal limits. An effusion is present at the elbow.


Radial Head Fracture

Long JRL - MedPix (2007)

Frontal, lateral and oblique radiographs of the left elbow demonstrate a non-displaced fracture at the volar aspect of the left radial head.  Alignement is anatomic and the joint spaces are within normal limits.  An effusion is present at the elbow.
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MPX2219_synpic39363: Frontal, lateral and oblique radiographs of the left elbow demonstrate a non-displaced fracture at the volar aspect of the left radial head. Alignement is anatomic and the joint spaces are within normal limits. An effusion is present at the elbow.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Radial Head Fracture

History: 57 year old female status post fall on an outstretched hand.

Findings: Frontal, lateral and oblique radiographs of the left elbow demonstrate a non-displaced fracture at the volar aspect of the left radial head. Alignement is anatomic and the joint spaces are within normal limits. An effusion or hemarthrosis is present at the elbow, as evidenced by elevation of the anterior fat pad and visualization of the posterior fat pad.

Ddx: Radial head fracture with joint effusion or hemarthrosis.

Dxhow: Radiographs

Exam: n/a

No MeSH data available.