We are joined for this webinar by:
Prof Adam Watts will discuss how the Wrightington elbow classification can guide treatment of fracture dislocations.
Mr Lee Van Rensburg will present his thoughts on contemporary management options for treatment of coronoid fracture
Dr Jorge Orbay from Miami will discuss the rationale behind fixation versus replacement of radial head fractures.
A 32 year old male involved in a motorcycle accident. He has an isolated, closed, neurovascular intact injury of his dominant arm.
The patient complains of forearm pain and notices a change of shape of the wrist. Xrays are requested.
Do these x-rays change your management?
25 year old male, fall from push bike
He goes on to have a CT Scan
This next case illustrates the essential aspect of injury recognition in relation to treatment of coronoid fractures.
Both of the following cases have fractures to the tip of the coronoid
One had surgery and one did not.
16 yo fall from bicycle
45 yo slipped playing football, felt a pop
Please post your thoughts about these cases in the comments section below.
For the answers to these questions and much more join our webinar this week, Wednesday 2nd September at 8pm BST.