Test I Sacral Fractures, Coccygeal Fractures, and Pelvic Fractures Flashcards Preview

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Sacral fractures are MC at this spot

3rd and 4th segments

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Sacral Fractures usually occur from

driect trauma

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This is when you break the sacrum up into 3 zones usued in naming the fracture location

Denis Classification

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Coccygeal fractures are usually in this orientation

Horizontal

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Coccygeal fractures are MC seen on this film

Lateral

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Pelvic fractures are unstable if

fracture of both rings

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This is a illiac wing fracture

Duverney Fracture

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Duverney Fractures are splitting of the illiac wings

vertically

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This is the MC fracture of the pelvis

Ischiopubic Rami Fracture

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Ischiopubic fracture usually affects which rami

Inferior Rami

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This is a ipsilateral double vertical shearing fracture of superior and inferior pubic rami with fracture or dislocation about the ipilateral SI joint

Malgaigne Fracture

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This is the MC pelvic fracture

Malgaigne Fracture

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Avulsion fractures of the pelvis are MC in the

Ischial Tuberosities

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Avulsion fractures can occur in the

ASIS
AIIS
Ischial Tuberosities
Illiac Crest
Symphysis
Greater Trochanter
Lesser Trochanter

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This is a contralateral double vertical fracture of the pelvis

Bucket-Handle Fracture

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Bucket Handle Fractures occur in the

Superior and Inferior Pubic Rami

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This is a bilateral Superior and inferior Pubic Rami fracture

Straddle Fracture

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This is diastasis of the pubic symphysis

Sprung Pelvis

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Sprung Pelvis can also be called

"open book" fracture

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This is muiltple fractures of the pelvis

Comlex Pelvis fractures