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Tension on a bone will commonly cause this type of fracture

Transverse fx

2

Compression on a bone will commonly cause this type of fracture

Oblique fx

3

Rotation on a bone will commonly cause this type of fracture

Spiral fx

4

Angulation on a bone will commonly cause this type of fracture

Transverse fx

5

Angulation and compression on a bone will commonly cause this type of fracture

Transverse and oblique fx

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A fracture that runs approximately 45 degrees to the long axis of the bone

oblique fx

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True or false; when describing a fracture radiologically you describe the part distal to proximal

true

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What type of fracture is this? 

Salter type 1

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What type of fracture is this?

Salter type 1

10

What type of fracture is this?

Salter type 2

11

What type of fracture is this?

Salter type 2

12

What type of fracture is this?

Salter type 3

13

What type of fracture is this?

Salter type 3

14

What type of fracture is this?

Salter type 4

15

What type of fracture is this?

Salter type 4

16

What type of fracture is this?

Salter type 5

17

What type of fracture is this?

Salter type 5

18

What is this?

FBI sign

19

True or false; the lateral third of the clavicle is the MC fractrued area 

false; middle third is (80%)

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Diagnosis

Fracture of middle 1/3 clavicle 

21

What is a bankart lesion and what is it associated with? 

Is an injury of the anterior (inferior) glenoid labrum of the shoulder due to an anterior shoulder dislocation 

22

What is this? 

Bankart lesion from an anterior shoulder dislocation 

23

What is a hill-sachs lesion 

Depression of posterolateral head of humerus - after dislocated shoulder anteriorly 

24

What is this? 

Hill-sachs lesion 

25

What is this?

Hill-sach's lesion 

26

What is a Flap fracture and what is it associated with? 

avulsion fracture of the greater tuberosity of the humerus - retraction of rotator cuff post anterior dislocation 

27

What is this?

Flap fracture 

28

True or false; clavicle fractures are the MC fracture in newborns

true 

29

True or false; subglenoid is the MC glenohumeral dislocation 

false; subcoracoid is 

30

What is this? 

MRI of bankart lesion 

31

What is this? 

MRI of slap lesion 

32

"eyebrow signs" are radiological findings seen in what injury? 

Rotator cuff tears 

33

What is the MC location of distal humerus fractrues in children?  

Supracondylar (60%)

34

What is significant about this film 

Raised fat pads following a fracture (Sail sign) 

35

What is the arrow pointing to? 

Sail sign 

36

Radiocapitellar line is used evaluate what? 

malposition of the radius 

37

What is wrong here? What measurement would be useful here? 

Ant. dislocation of radius - radiocapitellar line 

38

What is this? 

Supracondylar fracture (type 2)

39

What is this? 

Supracondylar fracture (Type 1)

40

What is this? 

Radial head fracture type 3

41

What is this? 

Olecranon fracture 

42

What is the MC elbow fracture? 

Olecranon 

43

What is this? 

nightstick fx 

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Monteggia vs. Galeazzi injury 

45

What is this? 

Monteggia fx 

46

What is this? 

Galeazzi fx 

47

What is the MC fx of forearm in children 

torus 

48

What is more common Colles or smith fracture of wrist 

colles (outstretched hand) - see film 

49

What is this? 

Smiths fx 

50

A "dinner fork deformity" is associated with which fx

colles 

51

What is the MC carpal bone to be fractured in elderly 

schaphoid 

52

What is this? 

Hutchinson's/Chauffer's Fx

53

What bone in the wrist is especially prone to AVN or non union issue post fracture 

scaphoid 

54

What is this? 

Triquetral fracture 

55

What is this?

lunate dislocation

56

What is this?

Perilunate dislocation 

57

What is this?

Bennett fracture 

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