Silvan Azzopardi, Lyndon W. Mason, Abijit Guha and Andrew Rogers
We report the occurrence of a radial head fracture (Mason Johnston type 4), combined with a Monteggia type II equivalent fracture and Galeazzi fracture pattern in the same forearm of a 19-year-old man involved in a road traffic accident.
Fractures of the radius and ulna bones were openly reduced and fixed; the radial head fracture was managed conservatively. The case was complicated by elbow dislocation and radioulnar instability, which was treated conservatively with a satisfactory outcome.PDF
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Jan 01, 1970
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