Radial head dislocation (initially missed)
Returned to clinic 4 weeks post injury with deformity and decreased range of motion.
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The radial head is dislocated and surrounded by irregularly ossified material secondary to chronic dislocation.
The radial head dislocation was not reported on the initial radiographs (not shown). Upon presenting again several weeks later with chronic complaints, marked calcification became also evident within the joint (possibly the annular ligament).
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