Posterior migration of a pediatric coronoid fracture: a case report Journal Article uri icon

abstract

  • Coronoid fractures are uncommon, with an incidence of 5.21 per 100,000 patients per year; they typically occur during elbow dislocation. They are rarely seen in children, and to the best of our knowledge, pediatric cases have been described in only a few previously published case reports. This may be attributed to the low frequency of pediatric elbow dislocations, which represent only 3% of elbow injuries.

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publication date

  • 2014