Irreducible Pulled Elbow in an Adolescent. A Case Report

O'Neill, Barry J.; Hirpara, Kieran M.; Devitt, Aiden T.; O'Sullivan, Michael E.
February 2009
European Journal of Trauma & Emergency Surgery;Feb2009, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p79
Academic Journal
We present a case of pulled elbow in an adolescent patient that required open reduction.


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