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The prime objective of this sqadia.com medical V learning lecture is the fractures of forearm and elbow. A range of such fractures have been delineated in-detail in this video lecture. Our medical specialist, Dr Hammad Haider has provided a comprehensive elaboration of lateral condyle fractures in addition to the middle epicondyle fractures. Following this, fractures of the distal humerus in addition to the radius and ulna shaft fracture have been highlighted. That is not all. Monteggia and Galeazzi fracture has also been thoroughly elucidated.
Lateral Condyle Fractures
The major focus of this section is on the lateral condyle fractures. Firstly, the mechanism of injury and pathology has been discussed. In addition to this, clinical features in conjunction with the X-rays and Milch classification has been presented. In the end, light has been shed on the treatment and certain complications.
Medial Epicondyle Fractures
In the beginning of this section, separation of the medial epicondyle and its mechanism of injury and pathology has been extensively elaborated. Following this, apophysitis together with its clinical features, X-rays and treatment has been highlighted. Moreover, the fractures of medial condyle, its mechanism of injury in conjunction with the clinical features, X-rays and treatment has been deliberated.
Fractures of Distal Humerus
Different types of fractures of distal humerus have been discussed in this section. Firstly, fracture-separation of distal humerus physis has been explained. Subsequently, fractured neck of radius alongside its clinical features and X-rays has been explicated. In the end, light has been shed on the subluxation of radial head and fractures of olecranon in children.
Radius and Ulna Shaft Fracture
First and foremost, fractures of shafts of radius and ulna has been brought under discussion. Moving ahead, our educator has conversed about the mechanism of injury and pathology together with the X-rays and treatment in both children and adults. Furthermore, open fractures, their complications alongside the fracture of a singe forearm bone has been elucidated. Conclusively, isolated fracture of the radius has been highlighted.
Monteggia and Galeazzi Fracture
Initially, Monteggia fracture and its mechanism of injury has been elaborated. Following this, clinical features and X-rays together with the treatment and special features in children has been delineated. Afterwards, Galeazzi fracture, its clinical features and X-rays have been reported. In the end, the section has been summed up by brining treatment under consideration.