Supracondylar humerus fractures are the most common fractures involving the elbow that occur in children, and when displaced, routinely require surgical intervention.1,2 It is well accepted that this fracture is associated with a high incidence of complications, including neurologic and/or vascular injury, as well as compartment syndrome.



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