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Figure 1: Imaging of the right elbow. (a) Radiographs of the right elbow 5 weeks postinjury. The line drawn marks the malalignment of the radiocapitellar line indicating anterior dislocation of the radial head. Note the anteriorly displaced and rotated medial condyle fracture fragment (arrow). (b) Coronal computed tomography image depicting an anteromedial defect of the metaphyseal/physeal region of the medial condyle. Note that the coronal image represents the anteromedial portion of the distal humerus as the radius (dislocated anteriorly) and capitellar ossification center (anteriorly located) are visualized. The bony defect demonstrated represents part of the coronoid fossa while the traumatic lesion is shown far medially (arrow)

Figure 1: Imaging of the right elbow. (a) Radiographs of the right elbow 5 weeks postinjury. The line drawn marks the malalignment of the radiocapitellar line indicating anterior dislocation of the radial head. Note the anteriorly displaced and rotated medial condyle fracture fragment (arrow). (b) Coronal computed tomography image depicting an anteromedial defect of the metaphyseal/physeal region of the medial condyle. Note that the coronal image represents the anteromedial portion of the distal humerus as the radius (dislocated anteriorly) and capitellar ossification center (anteriorly located) are visualized. The bony defect demonstrated represents part of the coronoid fossa while the traumatic lesion is shown far medially (arrow)