Clinical picture showing white forelock, distended abdomen, heterochromia irides, and partial albinism. (An explicit consent from the parents of the children regarding the possible publication of the material in medical journals was obtained)
Acute plastic bowing of the ulna. Two views of the forearm in a child show a fracture of the radius (solid white arrow) with angulation and concomitant shortening associated with acute plastic bowing of the ulna (dotted white arrow) anteriorly. There is no dislocation of the radial head as a line (black line) drawn through the shaft of the radius intersects the capitellum on both views.