Fractures of the Humerus, Radius, and Ulna in the Same Extremity

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Abstract

Fracture of the humerus, radius, and ulna is a rare combined injury. In our review of 21 cases, it was found that this injury was usually a result of rather severe trauma. There are frequently associated injuries to other organ systems. The most common associated injury was residual nerve damage, which occurred in over 50% of cases. Of all the different treatment modalities no one was found to be better than the others.

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