|43y/o male slipped and fell onto outstretched arm while intoxicated. Complained off 7/10 elbow pain and no ROM without severe pain. Lateral injury film.|
|Attempted A/P injury view|
|Oblique injury view.
Elbow was injected with 5cc of 1% lidocaine and reduced with longitudinal traction and anterior pressure applied to ulna.
Elbow was stable to ROM from 20-130 degrees. Splinted with posterior mold in @85 degrees of flexion.
|Post-reduction lateral view|
|Post-reduction A/P view.|
|Post-reduction A/P view.
Splint was removed at 8 days post-reduction and patient was placed in hinged elbow brace with ROM from 20-130 degrees of motion for 3 weeks, followed by full ROM in brace for 2 additional weeks. At last follow-up patient had near symmetric ROM of both elbows with no pain.
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