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Radial Head Fracture

The two bones in the forearm are the radius and the ulna. The radius is the bone nearest your thumb and the ulna nearest the little finger. A fall onto an outstretched arm can result in a fracture of the upper end of the radius (the radial head). Radial head fractures are relatively uncommon injuries that can happen in isolation but frequently occur during an elbow dislocation, when the realignment of the humerus and ulna cause a piece of the radial head to be broken off.

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