By Simon Morley, Nigel Raby, Laurence Berman, Gerald de Lacey
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Nevertheless, avulsion is fairly common at the elbow. It represents the so-called “little leaguer’s elbow” because throwing sports can cause the medial epicondyle to be pulled off. These activities include baseball pitching. For additional detail about avulsion injuries at particular sites see: ■■ Pelvis—p. 224. ■■ Elbow—p. 105. ■■ Midfoot and forefoot—p. 298. Apophysis An apophysis can be avulsed from the parent bone by repetitive vigorous muscle contraction (left). Similarly, the medial epicondyle secondary centre can be detached (right) during throwing sports.
P P Sq L = lambdoid suture; Sq Sa = sagittal suture; Sq = squamosal suture; P = accessory parietal suture. 38 Paediatric skull—suspected NAI The Towne’s SXR Normal sutures on the Towne’s view. Sa L = lambdoid suture; C C = coronal suture; Sa = sagittal suture; L Sq Sq Sq = squamosal suture; FM = foramen magnum. FM Accessory suture —the mendosal. L M M Sq This accessory suture is situated in the occipital bone. Very occasionally it is whole (ie complete). More often it is incomplete. Very often it is incomplete and on one side of the bone only.
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Accident and Emergency Radiology: A Survival Guide (3rd Edition) by Simon Morley, Nigel Raby, Laurence Berman, Gerald de Lacey