Internal epicondyle avulsion
Fall onto hyperextended arm at play-park. Reduced range of motion at the elbow and tender medially.
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The medial epicondyle is displaced from the distal humeral metaphysis. In normal views, the medial epicondyle should overly the distal humerus. Appearances represent medial epicondyle avulsion.
The medial epicondyle overlying the distal humeral metaphysis in normal projections. When it does not and there is associated soft tissue swelling overlying it, think medial epicondyle avulsion.