Table 3

Analysis of reports on pediatric Monteggia equivalent lesion (group III)

Case numberAuthor, yAge (y), gender (M/F)Lesion descriptionSketchManagementOutcome
UlnaRadiusRadiocapitellar joint
1Fahmy,14 19805, FMid-shaft ulnar fractureRadial neck fracture and separationIntactfigure 2-IIIaOR, Pt (ulna)Full recovery at 2-mon follow-up
2Fahmy,14 19802, MMid-shaft ulnar fractureRadial neck fracture and separationIntactfigure 2-IIIaCR, OR (redial head)Limitation of pronation at 3-y follow-up
3Soin et al,15
1995
6, FMid-shaft ulnar fractureRadial neck fracture, shaft anteriorly displacedIntactfigure 2-IIIaCR20┬░ loss of pronation at 6-mon follow-up
4Faundez et al,16 20036, FMid-shaft ulnar fractureRadial neck fracture, shaft anteriorly displacedIntactfigure 2-IIIaCR, Kw (assist reduction), ESIN*2 (ulna+radius)Good at 6-mon follow-up
5Zrig et al,17 20116, FMid-shaft ulnar fracture´╝îanteriorly angulatedRadial neck fractureIntactfigure 2-IIIaCRGood at 10-y follow-up
6Reina et al,18 201213, MProximal third ulnar fractureRadial neck fractureIntactfigure 2-IIIbOR; plate (ulna), ESIN (radial neck)Good at 4-y follow-up
  • CR, closed reduction; ESIN, elastic stable intramedullary nailing; F, female; Kw, K-wire; M, male; OR, open reduction; Pt, plate; Sw, screw.