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An 8-year-old girl was brought to the emergency room complaining of severe pain and a deformity in her left elbow after falling off a trampoline with her hand outstretched. A cursory examination revealed a dimple and subcutaneous haematoma on the anterior portion of the distal arm but no apparent neurovascular defects (figure 1).
What is the most likely diagnosis of the injury?
Contributors All authors looked after the patients, wrote the manuscript and approved the submission of the current manuscript.
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