Abstract: We present a case of a 6-year-old boy with a pulseless radial and ulnar artery after open reduction and internal fixation of a severely displaced supracondylar fracture of his right humerus (Gartland type III) using four K-wires. Remarkably, the preoperative neurovascular examination was inconspicuous. Doppler ultrasound of his brachial artery revealed no pulse when his elbow was in flexion and a faint pulse when it was in full extension 10 hours postoperatively. Revision surgery was performed immediately. On intraoperative examination, a kinking of his brachial artery caused by an entrapment of the tunica externa in the reduced fracture was seen and the artery was released by microsurgical arteriolysis immediately. At the final follow-up examination, positive palpable pulse with good capillary filling and, according to Flynn’s criteria, an excellent recovery of elbow function was observed 3 months postoperatively.