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Rahusen FThG, Vellema JHBF, Janssen RPA, Scheltinga MRM, Eygendaal D
Ned Tijdschr Traum 2005;13:138-41
Radial head dislocations usually occur in combination with ulna fractures (Monteggia fracture). Dislocation of the radial head is to anterior, lateral or posterior. However, dislocations may be isolated lesions; usually in children betwen 2-7 years of age with an anterior dislocation of the radial head. We present a rare case of an isolated posterior radial head dislocation in an adult.