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(OBQ13.230) An 11-year-old boy fell on his outstretched right hand. He has a closed injury and is neurovascularly intact. Injury films are shown in Figures A and B. The patient undergoes an anatomic closed reduction in the emergency department and the fracture is stable under fluoroscopic imaging. What would be your next step in management? Topic Review Topic
FIGURES: A   B        

1. Short-arm cast
2. Long-arm cast
3. Sling for comfort
4. Splint in a backslab and admit for a closed reduction percutaneous pinning
5. Splint in a backslab and admit for a open reduction internal fixation