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Radial head fracture type 1, most pain in wrist/forearm, acute, severe, acetaminophen no help. Need arm for work. Ideas?

See TX doc. Acetominophen is not that strong for a fracture. You need to follow-up with the treating doc and for continuity of care, let them know your issues. Best wishes. Read more...
Treatment involves . a sling typically for a short time followed by range of motion. Pain in the wrist may suggest additional injury. of ligaments or other structures in the wrist or distal forearm.or elbow Check with your treating doctor. If things are otherwise ok and you are stiff, at times therapy is needed so elbow motion returns. . Read more...

Are risks and outcomes worth surgery to r/o plri, bone fragment, unknown for decreasing clicking 30 times a day post radial head fracture 8 months ag?

Possibly. Unclear to me what the issue is, however if persistent clicking is present following a radial head fracture it could be related to plri or an intra-articular loose body. Examination and imaging should be able to determine this. Surgery to "rule-out" plri is not recommended. If plri is present, reconstruction of the ligament should be considered. Read more...