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Pediatric lateral condyle humeral fractures with and without associated elbow dislocations: a retrospective study.

In the pediatric population, lateral condyle fractures are relatively common elbow injuries, but not nearly as common are traumatic elbow dislocations, and these 2 types of injuries in combination are even less common. Our literature search showed only 2 reports on these concomitant injuries. In the study reported here, we evaluated a consecutive series of pediatric patients with lateral humeral condyle fractures with and without elbow dislocation and compared the groups' results.

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