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  • Fracture of neck of radius is uncommon
  • Occurs commonly in young children
  • Direct injury to lateral aspect of elbow
  • Fracture is usually stable with impaction on the radial shaft.
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  • Reduction
  • Open reduction, if closed one is difficult by surgical exposure of head and neck of radius.
  • Treat with sling for 3 weeks.
 

 

 

 

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