Knee // More // Pediatrics // Imaging
Use of a Core Reamer for the Resection of a Central Distal Femoral Physeal Bone Bridge: A Novel Technique with 3-Year Follow-up
Trauma // Imaging // Pediatrics // Spine // Pain
14-Year-Old Boy With Mild Antecedent Neck Pain in Setting of Acute Trauma: A Rare Case of Benign Fibrous Histiocytoma of the Spine
A 14-year-old boy presented to the emergency department with neck pain after a football accident. Imaging revealed a discrete, expansile, lytic, radiolucent mass extending anterior from the left C2 vertebral body.
Pediatrics // Trauma
Combined Tibial Tubercle Avulsion Fracture and Patellar Avulsion Fracture: An Unusual Variant in an Adolescent Patient
Traumatic extensor dysfunction of the knee in children is a rare injury, with the majority resulting from tibial tubercle avulsion fracture or patellar sleeve fracture. We report a rare case of combined patellar avulsion fracture and tibial tubercle fracture.
Pediatrics // Imaging
Giant Bone Island of the Tibia in a Child
Giant bone islands have been previously diagnosed only in adults. A symptomatic giant bone island of the tibial diaphysis in a 10-year-old boy is presented in this case report. Imaging investigation included plain radiographs, scintigraphy, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging.
Pediatrics // Shoulder & Elbow
Compartment Syndrome in Children: Diagnosis and Management
Compartment syndrome (CS) can present differently in children than in adults. Increased need for analgesics is the first sign of evolving CS in children.