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Figure 8 The final clinical (a) and radiological (b) results after closed reduction and percutaneous fixation of a case with stage 5+ fracture (fracture dislocation) corresponding to the case presented in [Figure 1]e, showing a near-normal range of elbow motion (with only loss of the last 10° of extension and small lateral prominence) in spite of a nonanatomically reduced fragment with a stable fibrous union.

Figure 8 The final clinical (a) and radiological (b) results after closed reduction and percutaneous fixation of a case with stage 5+ fracture (fracture dislocation) corresponding to the case presented in [Figure 1]e, showing a near-normal range of elbow motion (with only loss of the last 10° of extension and small lateral prominence) in spite of a nonanatomically reduced fragment with a stable fibrous union.