A Case Report A CASE OF ELBOW DISLOCATION

A case of Elbow Dislocation

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  • Dr Gurmeet Singh Sarla Department of General Surgery, MH Devlali, Devlali, Nasik, Maharashtra, India

Keywords:

simple dislocation, elbow joint, elbow dislocation

Abstract

The elbow joint is a stable joint and a  significant force is required to disrupt the joint. The elbow joint is the second most commonly dislocated joint. A 29 years old male sustained a fall on outstretched hand  and presented with pain, swelling , deformity and inability to move his Right elbow. Closed Reduction was done followed by immobilisation for 3 weeks and thereafter range of movement exercises of the elbow joint. Neurovascular complications, associated fracture around the elbow joint and instability of the joint should be looked for. Associated fractures which are difficult to see on plain X Rays can go for Computerised tomography and  unstable fractures where damage to the ligamentous complex is suspected should undergo an Magnetic Resonance imaging study of the involved joint.

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Published

2019-09-29

How to Cite

Sarla, D. G. S. (2019). A Case Report A CASE OF ELBOW DISLOCATION: A case of Elbow Dislocation. Journal of Medical Reviews, 2(9), Page No. : 320-322. Retrieved from http://medicalreviews.info/index.php/jmr/article/view/53

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