Season 6 Case 37

msk May 29, 2018

Case 37

History: fall. arm pain


CLICK HERE FOR ANSWER ‌ Whenever you have an elbow included, ALWAYS check the radial head. How’s the radial head? how about WHERE is the radial head? It’s not there. Answer: Congenital radio-ulnar synostosis A congenital growth disturbance where the proximal radius is fused/originates from the ulna. The proximal 1/3 of the forearm is the most common. An aunt Minnie to through in the back of you mind.



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