Panner disease

Pan·ner dis·ease

(pahn'ĕr),
epiphysial osteonecrosis of the capitellum of the humerus; one of the findings of the syndrome little leaguer's elbow (q.v.).

Pan·ner dis·ease

(pahn'ĕr di-zēz')
Epiphysial osteonecrosis of the capitellum of the humerus.

Panner disease

(păn′ĕr)
Osteochondrosis of the capitellum, sometimes associated with avascular necrosis.

Panner,

Hans J., Danish radiologist, 1871-1930.
Panner disease - epiphyseal aseptic necrosis of the capitellum of the humerus.
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Panner disease is an osteonchondrosis that affects the capitellum in throwing athletes between the ages of 7 and 12 years, who present with pain and impaired extension of the dominant arm.
Finally, pitching injuries related to medial tension overload, lateral compression and extension overload include injuries of the flexorpronator tendon and lateral collateral ligament complex, cubital tunnel syndrome, medial epicondyle apophysitis and avulsion injuries, sublime tubercle and olecranon stress fractures, posteromedial impingement, Panner disease and osteochondritis dissecans.