Flashcards in R/O - Basics of fractures I Deck (14):
how are trabeculae arranged in long bones?
- epiphysis: aligned with force
- diaphysis: spiral
in angiogenesis post fracture, where do the vessels come from?
compression of bone leads to what type of remodeling?
distraction of bone leads to what type of remodeling?
where is the metaphysis?
in children - distal shaft, proximal to physis
salter harris classification is based on severity of injury to the __________
what structure is the template for repair after a fracture?
can synovial fluid help or impair healing?
tonic seizures can lead to what type of shoulder dislocation?
luxatio erecta indicates what type of shoulder dislocation? what is the main fear?
- arm held away from side
- brachial plexus injury
what is the most common shoulder fracture?
- surgical neck
distal humeral fracture is usually due to what injury mechanism?
sail sign in an elbow dislocation means: