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Proximal radioulnar translocation in association with posterior dislocation of the elbow in childhood is a very rare injury. The aetiology is considered to be iatrogenic, resulting from an inappropriate reduction technique. Two cases are described that challenge this view. A mechanism of injury to explain translocation at the time of injury is proposed.
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Accepted: March 18, 1991
© 1991 Published by Elsevier Inc.