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Pediatric Lateral Condylar Fractures

  • Michael Ehrlich
  • Donna Pacicca

Conclusion

It is important for the orthopedic surgeon to watch these pediatric lateral condylar fractures very carefully and to be alert to the many problems that can occur with them.

Keywords

Radial Head Fracture Line Lateral Condyle Lateral Epicondyle Displace Fracture 
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  • Michael Ehrlich
  • Donna Pacicca

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