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Figure 2: (a) Initial AP and lateral radiographs of elbow of a 5-year-old patient. Injured Rt side and uninjured Lt side. (b) Cast immobilization after reduction using the K-wire leverage technique. (c) AP and lateral radiographs of the same patient at 7 years of followup. The RHD and RHH of the injured Rt side are slightly enlarged compared to the uninjured Lt side. (d) Clinical photographs of the same patient showing the ROM of the elbow. The injured Rt side shows an increased extension and decreased flexion compared to the uninjured Lt side (AP = Anteroposterior, Rt = Right, Lt = Left; RHD = Radial head diameter, RHH = Radial head height)

Figure 2: (a) Initial AP and lateral radiographs of elbow of a 5-year-old patient. Injured Rt side and uninjured Lt side. (b) Cast immobilization after reduction using the K-wire leverage technique. (c) AP and lateral radiographs of the same patient at 7 years of followup. The RHD and RHH of the injured Rt side are slightly enlarged compared to the uninjured Lt side. (d) Clinical photographs of the same patient showing the ROM of the elbow. The injured Rt side shows an increased extension and decreased flexion compared to the uninjured Lt side (AP = Anteroposterior, Rt = Right, Lt = Left; RHD = Radial head diameter, RHH = Radial head height)