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Table 1 The characteristics, treatment strategy and outcome for the transolecranon fracture-dislocation in children

From: The characteristics and treatment strategy for transolecranon fracture-dislocation of the elbow in children: a retrospective study

Case Gender Age Fracture type Combined injury Treatment and selection of internal fixation Efficacy
(MEPS)
1 M 9 Simple
(transverse fracture)
No OR, K-wires and tension-band wiring Excellent
2 M 7 Simple
(transverse fracture)
No OR, K-wires and tension-band wiring Excellent
3 M 5 Simple
(transverse fracture)
No OR, K-wires and tension-band wiring Excellent
4 M 14 Simple
(transverse fracture)
Medial epicondyle of humerus OR, K-wires and tension-band wiring Good
5 F 8 Simple
(transverse fracture)
No OR, K-wires and tension-band wiring Good
6 M 6 Simple
(transverse fracture)
No OR, K-wires and tension-band wiring Excellent
7 F 9 Simple
(transverse fracture)
No OR, K-wires and tension-band wiring Excellent
8 M 11 Comminuted No OR, K-wires and reconstruction plate Excellent
9 M 13 Comminuted Radial neck
Coronoid process
OR, K-wires and reconstruction plate Fair
10 M 14 Comminuted Coronoid process OR, K-wires and reconstruction plate Excellent
11 F 12 Comminuted Coronoid process OR, K-wires and reconstruction plate Good
12 F 14 Simple
(transverse fracture)
No OR, K-wires and tension-band wiring Excellent
13 M 7 Simple
(transverse fracture)
No OR, K-wires and tension-band wiring Excellent
14 M 8 Simple
(transverse fracture)
No OR, K-wires and tension-band wiring Excellent
15 M 10 Simple
(short oblique fracture)
No OR, reconstruction plate Excellent