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Fractures and joint injuries in children

  • G. E. Jacchia
  • M. D’Arienzo
  • M. Innocenti
  • L. Ciampalini
Part of the Current Concepts in Orthopaedic Surgery book series (ORTHOP.SURGERY, volume 2)


Elbow fractures and joint injuries in children are reported in order of frequency (Table 1) according to the Gui classification.


Growth Plate Ulnar Nerve Radial Head Humeral Shaft Joint Injury 
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  • G. E. Jacchia
  • M. D’Arienzo
  • M. Innocenti
  • L. Ciampalini

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