Complete distal humeral epiphyseal separation indicating a battered child syndrome: a case report View Full Text


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2007-10-27

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Matthias Hansen, A. Weltzien, J. Blum, N. J. Botterill, P. M. Rommens

ABSTRACT

BackgroundComplete distal humeral epiphysiolysis is a rare and uncommon injury and may result from severe trauma, e.g. birth injury or battered child syndrome.Case reportThis is a case report of a 5-month-old female child with distal humeral epiphysiolysis. In the course of clinical and radiological examinations, a battered child syndrome could be diagnosed. Open reduction and temporary transfixation of the distal humeral physis were performed. In the middle term follow-up, 1.5-years after the injury, the function of the elbow was nearly normal but the ulnar condyle showed growth disturbance with cubitus varus of 10°.ConclusionCorrect diagnosis of complete distal humeral epiphysiolysis may be difficult and misinterpretation of the injury as elbow dislocation should be avoided. This particular lesion is a strong indicator of child abuse. Treatment options and the necessity of operative procedures are discussed. More... »

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967-972

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