ORIGINAL ARTICLE: PDF OnlyRoyce Ronald O. D.O.; Dutkowsky, Joseph P. M.D.; Kasser, James R. M.D.; Rand, Frank R. M.D.Journal of Pediatric orthopaedics: March-April 1991 - p 191-194 Buy Abstract Summary A retrospective review of 143 supracondylar humerus fractures in children treated with K-wire fixation disclosed four neurologic complications after treatment. There were two late ulnar neuropraxias. One ulnar nerve injury and one radial nerve injury resulted from direct trauma during insertion of a K-wire. All patients regained full neurologic function. © Lippincott-Raven Publishers.