The elbow in the newborn may be flexed or extended, and the underlying pathology may involve the soft tissue or the bones. Minor degrees of flexion deformity may be seen in a host of conditions and seldom merit any intervention. The causes of the more severe degrees of deformity and limitation of motion are considered in this chapter.
KeywordsPassive Motion Marfan Syndrome Minor Degree Fetal Movement Facial Dysmorphism
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