The Elbow pp 177-190 | Cite as

The use of arthroplasty in elbow trauma

  • W. A. Souter
Part of the Current Concepts in Orthopaedic Surgery book series (ORTHOP.SURGERY, volume 2)


Radiographic appearances of the type illustrated in Fig. 1 not unnaturally gave the elbow arthroplasties of the early 1970’s an unenviable reputation for inherent disaster.


Humeral Shaft Humeral Component Myositis Ossificans Humeral Shaft Fracture Rheumatoid Patient 
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