(1) +/- one year, varies between boys and girl. C-R-I-T-O-E to remember age of ossification. CTE-R-O-I to remember age of fusion (capitellum, trochlea and external (lateral) epicondyle fuse together at puberty. Together they fuse to the distal humerus between the ages of 14-16 years old)
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The injury pattern seen in Figure A following minimal trauma is consider to be highly suspicious of which of the following conditions?
Aneurysmal bone cyst
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HPI - 8 years boy with history of full down over Rt elbow since 3 days presented with complain of pain & swelling and limitation of movement over Rt elbow
What is the optimal treatment for this pediatric olecranon fracture?