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Lateral Condyle Fracture in Children’s Elbows

Occurrence of Lateral Condyle Fractures Lateral condyle fractures (external elbow condyle) often occur as a result of falling, especially when a child uses their hand to prevent the fall. Anatomy of the Humerus Bone The humerus bone is spherical at the upper part and divides into three sections at the bottom: the lateral condyle (spherical

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Lateral Condyle Fracture in Children

Supracondylar Elbow Fractures in Children

Introduction to Supracondylar Elbow Fractures in Children: Supracondylar fractures of the elbow in children are among the common types of fractures and constitute about ten percent of all fractures in children. These fractures typically occur due to a child falling. How the Fracture Occurs When falling, children instinctively extend their hands forward. The impact of

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Supracondylar Elbow Fractures in Children

Supracondylar Elbow Fractures in Adults

In this article, we will talk about Supracondylar Elbow Fractures in Adults. Supracondylar fractures of the elbow joint in adults constitute approximately two percent of all adult fractures. This area is precisely located above the elbow joint. Distinctive Features of Supracondylar Elbow Fractures in Adults These fractures are rare in adults but are more common

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Supracondylar Elbow Fractures in Adults
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