Introduction a physiologic normal pseudosubluxation of cervical vertebrae of up to 40 or 4 mm seen in young children epidemiology incidence. There is no consensus supported by professional organizations on which young children require imaging that being said here is some reasonable thoughts c spine plain films are often of better quality in children than adults the amount of significant injuries missed on x ray that are picked up on . Supracondylar humeral fractures often simply referred to as supracondylar fractures are a classic paediatric injury which require vigilance as imaging findings can be subtle. Terminology strictly speaking a torus fracture refers to a circumferential buckle fracture 7however the terms are often used interchangeably epidemiology
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