Affect both the radius and ulna of the forearm whereas the ulna is fractures and the radius is dislocated. Considered severe requiring urgent/emergent care because can affect the shape and length of bone when it matures
Fracture extends through a portion of bone leading to bending on the other side
Fracture occurs across the upper or lower portion of the bone shaft, not affecting the growth plate
Buckle fracture, non displaced compression of the topmost layer of bone on one side causing the other side to bend away from the growth plate.
Space occupying lesion
Localized HA pain, rapidly increasing in frequency, aggravated by coughing or bending forward, vomiting, confusion. Focal neuro deficits, nystagmus
Bilateral or occipital HA, lasts a few hours, occurs most commonly in the morning, throbbing, usually improves as the day progresses, no precipitating events