fracture femur associated with other fractures.
1), which connects the apex of the SP to the medial epicondyle, thus, forming a tunnel in which the ulnar artery and nerve traverses (the supracondylar
foramen) --a disposition also present in cats and in lower primates (De Jesus & Dellon, 2003; Caetano et al.).
The supracondyloid process is a small bone spur originating on the supracondylar
ridge above the medial epicondyle.
From the serum biochemical trend, it was hypothesized that decision of definitive fracture fixation, particularly in cases of supracondylar
fractures, should be taken at the earliest, so as to utilize the initial efforts of body towards early fracture healing.
Data was collected form 24 patients who came to FTC Kel with displaced supracondylar
fracture from Dec 2013 to Feb 2015.
These high opioid doses were likely to be seen in patients undergoing three procedures known to have considerable postoperative pain: pectus repair, posterior arthrodesis, and supracondylar
Osteoporotic fractures were defined as spiral, oblique, or comminuted shaft fractures below the lesser trochanter and above the supracondylar
flare, and this definition included periprosthetic fractures.
A 30-year-old gentleman with mild autism was admitted to hospital for a left supracondylar
fracture following a fall.
She previously experienced complicated emergency procedure for open fracture of the left supracondylar
femur and requested fixation only for her mandible fracture.
Radiographs of both knee joints confirmed the diagnosis of supracondylar
fracture of the left distal femur.
The patient had a history of supracondylar
elbow fracture at the age of 5, treated nonsurgically.