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Posterior Elbow Splinting eMedicine Procedures

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Location: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/80089-overview

Description: A posterior elbow splint is primarily used to stabilize the following injuries:
* Fractures or soft tissue injuries of the elbow3
* Fractures or soft tissue injuries of the proximal radius or ulna
Kenneth R Chuang, MD & Lynne McCullough, MD, FACEP Updated: Oct 30, 2007

Type: Reference Material
Author/Contact: Chuang & McCullough
Institution: eMedicine
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Language: English

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