Bilateral radial head fractures with elbow dislocation

Raman, Raghu; Srinivasan, Kuntrapaka; Matthews, Stuart J. E.; Giannoudis, Peter V.
May 2005
Orthopedics;May2005, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p503
Academic Journal
journal article
Presents a case of bilateral elbow dislocations associated with Mason Type 4 radial head fractures. Medical history of the patient; Clinical description of the condition; Discussion on isolated radial head fractures; Differential diagnosis of elbow dislocations.


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