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Anatomy and Physiology 1
Clinical Examination of Fractures
Fractures of the Head and Face
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12 weeks abduction accurate reduction acromion Aid Fig anatomical anatomical position Anteroposterior and Lateral bone calcaneus cast is applied clavicle closed reduction Coccyx Comminuted Fracture Complications condyle Conservative deformity Direct Force Direct Trauma Incidence Displaced Fracture distal fragment dorsiflexion elbow joint epicondyle Epiphyseal Separation epiphysis Etiology extending external rotation femur Fibula flexed flexion foot forearm Fracture Fig fracture line fragment is displaced head Healing requires humerus Immobilization and Healing Indirect Trauma Fig injury Kirschner wire knee joint lateral condyle lateral views ligament limitation of motion lunate bone maxilla medial Metal screws muscle navicular bone neck nerve normal oblique oblique fractures occur olecranon Open reduction pain Pathology patient plaster cast Point tenderness position produce Prognosis pronation proximal fragment radius rare shaft shoulder Skeletal Traction sling spine splint Surgical sutured swelling talus tibia Transverse Fracture tuberosity ulna ulnar upper View of Right views are necessary wrist X-rays of Fracture