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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of twenty children with radial head dislocation

From: Annular ligament reconstruction by suture anchor for treatment of radial head dislocation in children

No. Gender Age (years) Affected limb Causes of injury Bado type Radial nerve injury Fracture type Fracture site TIS duration (weeks) Follow-up (months)
1 M 6 R Fall I Y Open Middle 1/3 1 21
2 F 8 L Collision II N Close Distal 1/3 4 33
3 M 7 R Traffic accident III Y Open Proximal 1/3 3 36
4 M 5 L Fall IV Y Close Middle 1/3 6 28
5 F 7 R Collision II N Close Proximal 1/3 5 30
6 M 6 R Collision I Y Close Proximal 1/3 7 32
7 F 9 R Collision III N Open Middle 1/3 8 29
8 F 8 R Fall I Y Close Proximal 1/3 9 21
9 M 10 L Fall II Y Close Distal 1/3 10 18
10 M 12 R Fall III N Open Middle 1/3 7 9
11 M 4 R Fall I Y Close Proximal 1/3 12 12
12 F 3 R Traffic accident I N Open Proximal 1/3 11 16
13 M 13 L Fall I Y Close Distal 1/3 14 10
14 M 4 R Collision II Y Open Middle 1/3 10 32
15 M 5 R Fall II Y Close Proximal 1/3 7 30
16 M 7 R Fall I Y Close Middle 1/3 8 25
17 F 6 L Collision I N Close Distal 1/3 11 23
18 M 5 R Fall I Y Open Middle 1/3 12 21
19 M 7 L Collision I N Open Proximal 1/3 9 35
20 F 2 R Collision II Y Open Proximal 1/3 8 19
  1. M, male; F, female; R, right; L, left; Y, yes; N, no; TIS duration represents the duration from the injury to the surgery