Intraoperative fluoroscopic images during open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) of complex fracture-dislocation of the right elbow. Intraarticular radial head fragments were identified and removed. Retrieved fragments of the native radial head comprised 90% of the circumference of the radial head. The coronoid fragment was not identified, but instead, the anterior capsule was tagged with a suture through two drill holes made in the ulna and exiting at the coronoid. The recovered radial head fragments were predrilled twice and pinned in place on the drill holes, and then passed for the screw to be further drilled in the radial head. There was evidence of a tendency toward subluxation of the radial head laterally. A drill hole was made in the lateral epicondyle, and a suture anchor was placed bringing the collateral ligament down to the bone and bringing the capsule together.