The AP view shows no obvious fracture and the radiocapitellar line is intact.
However, the lateral view shows the ‘sail sign’; the anterior humeral line has the entire capitulum lying in front of it. This should raise the possibility of a supracondylar fracture. If you look carefully, there is a supracondylar fracture with volar angulation of the distal humerus.
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More details on fat pad sign and anterior humeral lines can be found at: