In this study, a midshaft forearm fracture pattern that places the ulnar nerve at risk in the pediatric population was described. In addition, the injury pattern and treatment methods were described through analysis of 7 pediatric patients (5 male and 2 female) with mean age of 8.7 years (range, 3–14) who sustained a significantly displaced closed, or grade I open, middle to distal one-third both-bone forearm fracture with subsequent ulnar nerve dysfunction. As per observations, the ulnar nerve lies in a precarious position in the middle to distal one-third forearm and is bound by anatomic constraints that place the nerve at risk of injury. A treatment algorithm comprising conservative treatment, acute exploration, early exploration (≤3 months), and late exploration (>3 months) was offered.
Autoblock AVIATION Broad Locking Compression Plates Calcaneus Cannulated Humerus Nail Cervical Cage Cervical Screw Clavical Locking Plate Creer Pedicle Screw Distal Fibula LCP Distal Medial Humerus DUO - Anterior Dynamic Hole Ephorate Extra articular Distal Humerus Extra Articular Volar JExta Articular Volar L - Dorsal Locking Plate Lomo Pedicle Screw Long Proximal Femoral Nail Manglior-TLIF Mesh Cage Narrow Locking Compression Plates NOVA NOVA - Posterior Occifix Olecranon One Third Tubular One Third Tubular Plates Pedicle Screw Peri-Lock Volar Distal Radius Periarticular Distal Femoral PFNA Plate Plus MIS Prime Expandable Jack Cage Proximal Femur Proximal lateral Tibia Proximal Medial Tibia Radial Head Locking Plate- Spine Connecting Rod Straight Syrus Femur T - Buttress