Surgery was performed in all patients under general anesthesia and ultrasound-guided interscalenic regional block with 15 ml of 0.25% bupivacaine. Patients were in supine position with a tourniquet applied to the limb with a pressure of 250 mmHg. The standardized surgical procedure as per the type of lesion was presented in the Figure 2.

The standardized surgical procedure according to the type of lesion. FCU, flexor carpi ulnaris; PLRV, posterolateral fracture dislocation in valgus or terrible triad; PMRV, posteromedial rotary in varus; TUFD, transulnar (basal coronoid) fracture dislocation. ∗∗ If a different type of classification was found among observers, coronoid fracture type was used as the most important part to classify the injuries.

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