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Beam bone, congenital dislocation of a head

Beam bone, congenital dislocation of a head — sharp anomaly of development. It is necessary to distinguish from traumatic dislocation of a head of a beam bone.
Dysfunction in an elbow joint which character depends on the beam head location is noted. At dislocation of a kpereda bending and extension are more broken; and kzada dislocation — the rotational movements (supination, pronation) sharply suffer, knaruzh — supination is limited or impossible. With age looseness in an elbow joint develops.
It is better to begin operational treatment in 5 — 6-year age. Surgical treatment is directed to reconstruction of a radioulnar joint and the copular device or are limited to a resection of a head of a beam bone. At recurrence and a deviation of a beam bone on considerable distance the alloplasty of a ring-shaped sheaf is shown. At 14-year age make a beam head resection.

 
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