Radial Head Dislocation with Ipsilateral Proximal Shaft of Radius Fracture: A Case Report
Radial head dislocations are uncommon in adults. They are commonly seen in children and are
generally associated with proximal ulna fracture. Radial head dislocation with associated proximal
radial shaft fracture is rarer than isolated radial head dislocation in adults. Due to the rarity of this
complex injury, in the absence of keen observation and meticulous attention, the correct diagnosis
might be missed leading to unsatisfactory management and related complications. Here, a similar
case of radial head dislocation with associated proximal radial shaft fracture has been presented.
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