Pediatric Trauma: Getting Through the Night
- Functional outcome of supracondylar elbow fractures in children: a 3-to 5-year follow-up. Isa, Ahaoiza Diana; Furey, Andrew; Stone, Craig // Canadian Journal of Surgery;Aug2014, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p241
Background: Long-term functional outcomes of supracondylar elbow fractures (SCEF) have not been well documented in the literature. We retrospectively evaluated functional outcomes of pediatric SCEF using the Disabilities of die Arm, Shoulder and Hand (DASH) questionnaire. Methods: We...
- The value of modified DASH questionnaire for evaluation of elbow function after supracondylar fractures in children. Colovic, Hristina; Stankovic, Ivona; Dimitrijevic, Lidija; �ivkovic, Vesna; Nikolic, Dejan // Vojnosanitetski Pregled: Military Medical & Pharmaceutical Journ;Jan2008, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p27
Background/Aim. The Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand (DASH) Outcome Questionnaire represents a region-specific instrument for functional outcome measurement of hand function. The aim of the study was to analyse the correlation between the values of modified DASH questionnaire and...
- Fractures of the elbow: supracondylar fractures. Temple, A.; Bache, C. E.; Gibbons, P. J. // Trauma;Jul2006, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p123
Fractures about the elbow are second in frequency only to the distal radius. Trauma specialists should be familiar with the range of possible injuries, complications, and be confident in their diagnosis and management.
- Ã‡ocuk Suprakondiler Humerus KÄ±rÄ±klarÄ±nda Cerrahi Tedavi. Bayram, Erhan; Kaya, Ibrahim; Sungur, Ibrahim; Yılmaz, Murat; Ordu, Samed; Uğraş, Akın; Çetinus, Mahmut Ercan // Medical Bulletin of Haseki / Haseki Tip Bulteni;Mar2014, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p43
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- EvaluaciÃ³n y tratamiento de las fracturas por deformidad del antebrazo en niÃ±os menores de 5 aÃ±os. Reporte de un caso. López, Flavio Di Silvio; Ball, Daniel Diego; González, Horacio Frías; Palomo, Luis Justino Fernández; Osorno Alva, Celia Guadalupe; Cedeño, Mónica Álvarez // Acta Ortopedica Mexicana;mar/abr2009, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p94
No abstract available.
- Paediatric lateral humeral condyle fractures: internal oblique radiographs alter the course of conservative treatment. Kurtulmuş, Tuhan; Sağlam, Necdet; Saka, Gursel; Avcı, Cem; Uğurlar, Meriç; Türker, Mehmet // European Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology;Oct2014, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p1139
Introduction: At first presentation of paediatric humeral lateral condyle fractures, radiological methods such as computerised tomography, ultrasonography, magnetic resonance imaging, arthrography, and internal oblique radiography are used to determine stability. Very few studies show which...
- Nursemaid's elbow: Its diagnostic clues and preferred means of reduction. Krul, Marjolein; van der Wouden, Johannes C.; Schellevis, Fran�ois G.; van Suijlekom-Smit, Lisette W. A.; Koes, Bart W. // Journal of Family Practice;Jan2010, Vol. 59 Issue 1, pE5
The article discusses the literature review on the management of the nursemaid's elbow. Nursemaid's elbow, which is the sudden subluxation of the radial head, results from the forcible traction to a pronated hand or wrist while the elbow is extended and often occurs among children. The...
- Acute elbow trauma in children: role of ultrasonography. Zuazo, Iñaki; Bonnefoy, Olivier; Tauzin, Catherine; Borocco, Antoine; Lippa, Alain; Legrand, Mathieu; Chateil, Jean-François // Pediatric Radiology;Sep2008, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p982
The diagnosis of occult elbow fracture in children is often challenging due to equivocal or negative repeated radiographic findings. To evaluate the potential diagnostic role of US in children who have sustained elbow trauma with an elbow joint effusion but no fracture seen on initial...
- A New Technique of Crossed Pins in Supracondylar Elbow Fractures in Children. Bombaci, Hasan; Gereli, Arel; Kucukyazici, Onder; Gorgec, Mucahit // Orthopedics;Dec2005, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p1406
Discusses a study on the use of crossed lateral pins to treat supracondylar elbow fractures in children. Materials used in the study; Procedures for conducting the study; Effectiveness of the treatment method; Complications of the treatment method.