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This objective of this sqadia.com medical lecture is on radial head fractures and elbow dislocation. Our medical specialist, Dr Hammad Haider has provided a detailed comprehension of radial head fractures, its diagnosis along with both operative and non-operative treatment. Furthermore, approaches to radial head fractures, fracture dislocations of the elbow in conjunction with the elbow dislocation management has been extensively conversed about.
Radial Head Fractures
In the beginning of this section, light has been shed on the epidemiology of radial head fractures. Subsequently, pathophysiology, associated injuries alongside the classification and presentation has been highlighted. In the end, physical errors in addition to the imaging has been mentioned in-detail.
Treatment of Radial Head Fractures
Firstly, non-operative treatment has been conversed about. Moving ahead, operative-ORIF together with certain indications have been presented. Additionally, fragment excision and radial head arthroplasty has been discussed. Conclusively, retrograde titanium nail reduction and stabilization has been brought under consideration.
Approaches to Radial Head Fractures
The focus of this section is on the approaches to radial head fractures. After presenting the Kocher and Kaplan approach, our educator has discussed about the radial head excision. Furthermore, radial head arthroplasty together with certain complications have been discussed.
Fracture Dislocations Elbow
The prime emphasis of this section is on the fracture dislocations elbow. Initially, epidemiology of fracture dislocations elbow and pathophysiology has been correspondingly highlighted. Moving further, classifications, presentation along with the imaging has been comprehensively explicated.
Elbow Dislocation Management
Amongst the various management strategies, closed reduction with splinting and rehabilitation has been considered. Moreover, operative technique and postoperative care has been delineated. In the end, the curtains have been brought down by a mention of certain complications.