Various surgical treatments for supracondylar fracture in children remain the motive of research and study. A common factor in each technique is anatomic reduction, which is critical for the excellent recovery of the fracture. Anatomic reduction is preferably realized through closed and percutaneous approaches. This study aimed to present a closed percutaneous technique to treat Gartland III supracondylar fractures to aggregate a facilitating factor in the surgical approach to this condition. Our technique was applied to surgical patients in orthopedic and traumatology emergency care and illustrated by a synthetic elbow model, including soft tissue and intraoperative images.

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