Posts Tagged ‘Humerus Fracture’

Pathologic fractures

A 70-year-old male slipped and fell while skiing landing on his outstretched right arm. Radiographs at the local hospital revealed a right-sided pathologic mid-shaft humeral fracture and evidence of lytic lesions on the humeral head.

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Elbow fractures

A 19-year-old female fell while bicycling at a high speed and sustained an open fracture (Grade IIIA) of the distal humerus and presented through the New York Presbyterian Emergency Department.

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