Dislocation of the elbow joint is so frequent an injury, and its treatment so standardized, that most of the recent orthopaedic literature devoted to the subject has focused on neurovascular complications or on patients in whom the dislocation recurs. The largest series included many patients referred because of complications. The present report represents a series of consecutive cases, treated in military installation, in a program designed to study how the period of disability could be minimized.



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