The Recurrent Unstable Elbow: Diagnosis and Treatment

Murthi, Anand M.; Keener, Jay D.; Armstrong, April D.; Getz, Charles L.
July 2010
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Jul2010, Vol. 92-A Issue 8, p1794
Academic Journal
The article offers information on elbow instability. It states that patients who experience the abnormalities of recurrent elbow instability can lose significant amount of function in the impacted upper extremity. It says that elbow instability compose a broad spectrum of disease that range from valgus instability to iatrogenic damage.


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