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McCague, Yvonne MSc; Lynch, Richard MMedSci, FRCIS, FFAE
Supracondylar fractures are common injuries in children who sustain orthopedic trauma. These fractures represents 60% of pediatric elbow fractures and 11% of all fractures sustained by young children. There is significant morbidity associated with supracondylar fractures in children, including nerve and vascular injuries. Therefore, appropriate and timely management of children presenting with this injury to the emergency department is crucial for a satisfactory outcome. A comprehensive physical examination, radiologic assessment and intepretation, and appropriate treatment are imperative in the care of these patients.
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