Medial epicondyle fracture
Trauma. c/o pain - swelling to elbow.
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A large bone fragment is noted on medial aspect of elbow, away from medial epicondyle region.
A faint smaller elongated bone flake is noted adjacent to it.
Elevation of anterior fat pad and visualization of posterior fat pad is seen.
Avulsion fracture of medial epicondyle of humerus is represented by the larger fragment. There is a very likely associated avulsion from adjacent metaphysis represented by the smaller fragment.
Elevation of anterior fat pad and visualization of posterior fat pad is indicative of an elbow haemarthrosis.