Most of us are familiar with the anterior humeral line, used to spot supra-condylar fractures in kids (if you're not sure, click here and pay particular attention to about 1:30). But what's the other one?
The radio-capitellar line.
Here's a kid who has an odd one. make sure you are comfortable with where it lies, and where it SHOULD lie.
If you're not sure, click here
Normally this represents a dislocation (although in this particular case it may represent some form of dysplasia).
A nice review of paediatric elbow anatomy can be found here
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