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Figure 1 Standard anteroposterior view of some of the studied cases with different fracture characteristics: (a) An incomplete fracture (not reaching the articular surface) with a lateral gap and ≤2 mm (Song et al. [5] stage 1). (b) A complete fracture reaching the articular surface with a lateral gap and ≤2-mm displacement (Song et al. [5] stage 2). (c) A complete fracture with a >2 mm displacement (Song et al. [5] stage 4). (d) A complete fracture with a displaced and rotated fragment (Song et al. [5] stage 5). (e) A complete fracture with a displaced and rotated fragment with elbow dislocation (considered stage 5+).

Figure 1 Standard anteroposterior view of some of the studied cases with different fracture characteristics: (a) An incomplete fracture (not reaching the articular surface) with a lateral gap and ≤2 mm (Song <i>et al.</i> [5] stage 1). (b) A complete fracture reaching the articular surface with a lateral gap and ≤2-mm displacement (Song <i>et al.</i> [5] stage 2). (c) A complete fracture with a >2 mm displacement (Song <i>et al.</i> [5] stage 4). (d) A complete fracture with a displaced and rotated fragment (Song <i>et al.</i> [5] stage 5). (e) A complete fracture with a displaced and rotated fragment with elbow dislocation (considered stage 5+).