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         Fractures:     more books (100)
  1. Stress Fractures by Peter Brukner, Kim Bennell, et all 1999-09-15
  2. Fundamentals of Fracture Mechanics by Tribikram Kundu, 2008-01-30
  3. Depalma's the Management of Fractures and Dislocations: An Atlas [Vols. I and II] by Anthony F. Depalma, 1981-06
  4. Broken Bones: The X-Ray Atlas of Fractures by Felix S. Chew, Catherine Maldjian, et all 2009-10-05
  5. Spinward Fringe Broadcast 5: Fracture by Randolph Lalonde, 2009-11-01
  6. Fracture Mechanics of Ceramics: Active Materials, Nanoscale Materials, Composites, Glass, and Fundamentals
  7. Fracture and Damage of Composites (Advances in Fracture Mechanics) by M. Guagliano, M. H. Aliabadi, 2005-11-17
  8. The Fracture of An Illusion: Science And The Dissolution Of Religion. Frankfurt Templeton Lectures 2008 (Religion, Theologie und Naturwissenschaft / Religion, Theology, and Natural Science (RThN)) by Pascal Boyer, 2010-07-06
  9. Fractures of the Pelvis and Acetabulum
  10. Skeletal Trauma: Fractures, Dislocations, Ligamentous Injuries (2-Volume Set) by Bruce Browner, Jesse Jupiter, et all 2002-12-24
  11. The strength, fracture, and fatigue of materials by Takeo Yokobori, 1965
  12. Fractures of the Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar Spine (Mechanical Engineering Series) by Vaccaro, 2002-09-26
  13. Functional Fracture Bracing: Tibia, Humerus and Ulna by Augusto Sarmiento, Loren L. Latta, 1995-02-17
  14. Fracture Mechanics: Integration of Mechanics, Materials Science and Chemistry by Robert P. Wei, 2010-02-08

81. Stress Fractures
Stress fractures resources. Stress fractures of bone of the lower limbs in young adults. Cochrane Review. Metatarsal stress fractures. From eMedicine.

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Educational resources Foot and Lower Limb Online Articles and Resources
Articles and resources:
Recognizing tibial stress fractures in the athlete Stress Fractures in Athletes Management of common stress fractures Stress fractures of bone of the lower limbs in young adults . Cochrane Review. Metatarsal stress fractures . From eMedicine. Managing Common Stress Fractures . Let risk level guide treatment. Stress Fractures . Diagnosis with MRI, Bone Scintigraphy, and Radiography (Abstract) Stress fractures of the lower extremity . Online slides. Tarsal Navicular Stress Fractures Common Stress Fractures Stress Fracture Tarsal Navicular Stress Fracture in a Young Athlete ... Stress Fractures Much-needed reference serves as your best source for up-to-date, organized information on stress fractures "
Foot and Lower Limb Books
Assessment of the Lower Limb The Unstable Ankle Leg Pain Handbook of Lower Extremity Infections ... The Malalignment Syndrome: Biomechanical and Clinical Implications
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Podiatry Arena for discussion of Stress Fractures Related information: Sports medicine resources Foot orthoses resources Physical therapy resources Foot and lower limb books ... Wound management resources Patient resources: Running shoe Arch pain Foot orthotic Foot problem ... Foot pain
Other Foot and Lower Limb Online Articles and Resources
Hip and groin problems Knee and thigh problems Medial tibial stress syndrome Exercise induced leg pain ... Foot and Lower Limb Online Articles and Resources
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82. The International Society For Fracture Repair Powered By PortalApp
Internet services for orthopaedic specialists. Free email address, Largest orthopaedic links directory on the web, Specialist orthopaedic

83. Equine Bracing Solutions
Offering custom bracing for fractures, injuries, pain management, and correction of deformities in equines and other animals. Details of product range, uses and order form. New York, United States.
Equine Bracing Solutions Orthopedic veterinarian bracing for horses and other animals about us inservice contact us Primary uses for equine bracing are fractures and soft tissue injuries, correcting deformities, wound and pain management, and stabilization in emergencies. Veterinarians caring for equines and other animals can now use bracing technology that has been used for the human population. Braces can be used for the same type of injuries you are now treating with a cast, including fractures, soft tissue injuries, nerve injuries, or arthrodesis. Corrective bracing can be used as an adjunct to surgery or to eliminate the need for surgery. Ready-made braces will stabilize the limb for transport. The Easy Splint is a convenient off-the-shelf tool to stabilize the fetlock. For custom braces, the veterinarian takes a thin fiberglass cast with the leg in the desired position. (See casting procedure .) This negative cast is sent to Equine Bracing Solutions for fabrication of the brace.

84. Musculoskeltal Radiology
GROWTH PLATE INJURIES/SALTERHARRIS CLASSIFICATION; Refers only to growing bone; Some books list 7 types SH fractures; Potential for poorer result increases
Musculoskeletal Radiology
Don Fleming, M.D., USN
National Naval Medical Center
Bethesda, MD
  • Develop a systematic approach to radiographs Trauma evaluation Recognition of injury Correct description of its features Communicate correctly nature of injury to colleagues
  • In all instances, patient evaluation, stabilization, and comfort comes first Radiographs should be: Where it hurts; example - a wrist series is not the same as a hand series Minimum two views at right angles to each other Long bones - need to see joints at both ends
  • The ABC’s of Bones A = anatomic appearance B = bone mineralization C = cartilage S = soft tissues
  • A complete or incomplete break in the continuity of bone or cartilage
  • Incomplete Complete Comminuted
  • Transverse Oblique Spiral
  • -Distraction -Impaction
    • Alignment Position
    • Intraarticular Salter Harris Classification
    • Pathologic Fracture Stress (fatigue) Fx
    • Open Surgical emergency; debridement needed

    85. Fractures - Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
    fractures have a variety of names. Below is a listing of the common types fractures occur when there is more force applied to the bone than the bone can
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    What is a fracture?
    A fracture is a partial or complete break in the bone. When a fracture occurs, it is classified as either open or closed:
    • open fracture (Also called compound fracture.) - the bone exits and is visible through the skin, or a deep wound that exposes the bone through the skin.
      closed fracture (Also called simple fracture.) - the bone is broken, but the skin is intact.
    Fractures have a variety of names. Below is a listing of the common types that may occur in children:
    • greenstick - incomplete fracture. The broken bone is not completely separated.
      transverse - the break is in a straight line across the bone.
      spiral - the break spirals around the bone; common in a twisting injury.
      oblique - diagonal break across the bone. compression - the bone is crushed, causing the broken bone to be wider or flatter in appearance. comminuted - the break is in three or more pieces.
    What causes a fracture?

    86. Vet-Stem Veterinary Stem Cell Technology For Horses, You Are Viewing Page: Vetst
    Offers isolation and concentration from a sample of fat for treatment of injuries to tendons, ligaments, and fractures in performance horses. Includes explanation, case studies, news, description of services for horse owners and veterinarians, with contacts in Poway, California.
    Home Stem Cell Services Stem Cell Information Horse owners ... Contact Stem Cell Therapy Saves Chronic Arthritic Horse Click to download (PDF) Stem Cell Therapy Heals Bone Cyst Click to download (PDF) Need a speaker for a meeting or a conference? Dr. Harman is available for speaking engagements before groups of horse owners, trainers, or veterinarians. The current status and future trends of stem cell therapy will be presented in an understandable way that your group will enjoy. Home
    Vet-Stem, Inc.
    Vet-Stem, Inc provides services that concentrate Stem Cells from a small sample of an animal’s own fat for treating tendons, ligaments, joints, and fractures in performance horses. Some of the most devastating injuries and diseases of performance horses are now treatable with one of the newest technologies - Vet-Stem Cell therapy.
    Even chronic Osteoarthritis can be treated with Stem Cell therapy.
    Vet-Stem Cell™ therapy is available now

    The idea is simple: Concentrate and deliver active healing cells to the site where healing is needed the most. Vet-Stem Cells™ are concentrated from adipose tissue (fat) obtained in a minimally invasive procedure performed by a veterinarian. Then re-implanted at the site of injury. Where to find info Horse Owners - Please see the following pages for information on how your veterinarian can use Stem Cell therapy.

    87. Shinbone Fractures
    Several types of fractures can occur, ranging from the hairline stress These fractures usually do not break the skin, and the bone stays fairly

    88. Wrist Fractures, By Mr G J Packer
    fractures of the wrist by Orthopaedic Surgeon Mr GJ Packer details the causes and treatments of wrist fractures.
    Introduction This web site has been authored by Mr G J Packer, an Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in wrist injuries, and is intended as a source of information and communication for other medical consultants, healthcare professionals and for patients. The presentation has been organised into several sections accessed via the links to the left. To see the full presentation on one page, please click here Fractures of the Wrist Fractures of the wrist are very common injuries. Around one quarter of all patients in a fracture clinic will have suffered a fracture of the wrist. The usual cause of a fracture of the wrist is a fall. The person falling tries to break their fall by putting the hand out to save themselves and in doing so the wrist is forced backwards (figure one).
    Figure one: A fall onto the outstreched hand is the usual cause of fractures of the wrist joint. Click here to view a larger version The break usually occurs about 2.5cm from the wrist joint at the point where the radius (the largest of the two bones of the forearm) starts to narrow from the broad and relatively soft (cancellous) bone forming the joint to the hard (cortical) bone of the shaft of the radius (figure 2).
    Figure two: How and why wrist fractures occur.

    89. Hip Fracture -
    Article on this common type of fracture, from the Mayo Clinic.

    90. - Healthy Feet For An Active Life
    fractures of the toe and metatarsal bones are common and require evaluation by a fractures of the toe bones are almost always traumatic fractures.

    91. Royce Medical Company
    Developer and manufacturer of products for the treatment of sprains, strains, fractures and postoperative care.

    92. The Comprehensive Classification Of Fractures Of Long Bones
    Information includes anatomy, fracture types, diagnostic codes, a glossary of terms, and diagrams.
    The Comprehensive Classification
    of Fractures of Long Bones
    "A classification is useful only if it considers the severity of the bone lesion and serves as a basis for treatment and for evaluation of the results." The Principle of the Classification The Anatomic Location The Fracture Types The Coding of the Diagnosis ... HOME PAGE

    93. AAOS - Fractures
    Information on fractures from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

    94. Fractures
    Detailed information on fractures, including types, causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
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    95. Traitement Chirurgical Ostéoporose, Docteur Yves Cirotteau : Osteoporosis Surge
    Informations pour le grand public sur le traitement chirurgical des fractures du col du f©mur li©es   l'ost©oporose   l'aide de visplaque et de biomat©riau. Egalement CV, activit©s de recherche et liste des publications de l'auteur, Dr Yves Cirotteau.
    Traitement chirurgical de l'Ostéoporose
    Traitement chirurgical des fractures du col du fémur liées à l'ostéoporose à l'aide de vis-plaque et de biomatériau. Technique opératoire conçue par le Docteur Yves Cirotteau.
    L'ostéoporose est une maladie générale qui atteint et détruit le squelette. Il existe plusieurs traitements : le Traitement chirurgical curatif et Traitement chirurgical préventif
    Plusieurs conséquence de l'ostéoporose : La fracture du poignet, La fracture vertébrale, La fracture de la hanche.
    Traitement chirurgical de l'Ostéoporose Traitement chirurgical des fractures de l'Ostéoporose Docteur Yves Cirotteau ...

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    96. Stress Fractures
    Stress fractures and their Treatment. Stress fractures occur through areas of bone that have been weakened by the body s natural remodeling process.
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        Stress Fractures
        By David M. Kahler, M.D.
        At the start of each new year, many of us who have put on a few extra pounds over the holidays will resolve to begin a new exercise program. This may include using a new piece of exercise equipment or starting a running program. Any sudden increase in activity can expose the skeleton to unaccustomed stresses and may result in a painful condition known as stress fracture. Stress fractures occur through areas of bone that have been weakened by the body's natural remodeling process. In attempt to strengthen bone in response to increased stress, the body first absorbs some of the existing normal bone so that stronger bone can then be deposited. Microscopic fractures can then occur in the weakened bone, resulting in pain and activation of the normal healing process for a broken bone. It is rare for the bone to actually break completely; the diagnosis is usually made when the healing process, rather than a fracture line, is seen on an x-ray. Stress fractures are essentially always the results of a change or an increase in activity. This may be as subtle as adding a few miles or hills to the running route, training in worn out shoes that have lost their cushioning, or adding weight work or plyometrics to a training regimen. Stress fractures usually occur in the legs or feet and symptoms of localized pain and tenderness will usually begin about three weeks after starting a new activity. Women with low bone density (as a result of amenorrhea, eating disorders, hormonal dysfunction or menopause) are at particular risk for suffering a stress fracture.

    97. The Department Of Orthopaedic Surgery
    From Johns Hopkins Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
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    We would like to thank you for visiting the Web site of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Johns Hopkins. We consider it an honor to care for patients. Our faculty in Orthopaedics works together as a team to provide optimum patient care. We see our role in patient care as both educators and treating physicians working together with you and your community health care providers to offer you the best possible medical and surgical care available.
    As well, we feel that our role as academic-orthopaedic physicians is to educate our future orthopaedic leaders as both clinicians and researchers. This will provide them with the ability to advance current orthopaedic knowledge and techniques and put them on the cutting edge of future orthopaedic advancements.
    You are invited to review our Web site and gain further insight into the services provided by our professional staff members. We suggest you use our site as a learning resource for patients and physicians alike.

    98. Geriatric Fracture Center - Highland Hospital - Rochester, NY
    Older Patients with fractures are Our First and Only Priority. In most hospitals, geriatric patients with fractures go into the regular emergency department
    @import "/css/Strongw3c.css"; Search: Search Help Geriatric Fracture Center Quality Care First Aid for Fractures Continuum of Care Services and Treatments Our Unique Approach Our Services Our Team Home Our Fracture Specialists Admission Home Patient Education Home Research and Innovation Home More Information Orthopaedic News
    Geriatric Fracture Center
    When It Comes to Fixing Fractures,
    You Won't Find Better Care Anywhere.
    It can happen in an instant. You slip. You fall. You feel something snap. What you do next is critical. It could very well determine whether or not you'll ever live independently again. Because fractures in older adults require special attention and swift action That's why, if something breaks, make sure you receive your care at Highland Hospital's Geriatric Fracture Center. It's the first and only facility in the entire nation with an expert medical team and an entire program dedicated to providing both the rapid and high quality care required by older people who suffer fractures. Highland Hospital has protocols in place to ensure the best possible inpatient experience, and a complete continuum of pre- and post-operative care One Patient's Fracture Experience One of our fracture patients reflects on the care he received at Highland's Geriatric Fracture Center.

    99. Len Andersen
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  • 100. Tibial Fractures
    Studies pertaining to the management of closed tibial shaft fractures were reviewed, DATA SYNTHESIS The 13 studies described 895 tibial shaft fractures Fractures.htm
    Reference List: Isolated Tibial Fractures 10163. Hooper, G. J., Keddell, R. G., and Penny, I. D., Conservative management or closed nailing for tibial shaft fractures. A randomised prospective trial. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 73:83-85, 1991. We performed a prospective randomised trial on matched groups of patients with displaced tibial shaft fractures to compare conservative treatment with closed intramedullary nailing. The results showed conclusively that intramedullary nailing gave more rapid union with less malunion and shortening. Nailed patients had less time off work with a more predictable and rapid return to full function. We therefore consider that closed intramedullary nailing is the most efficient treatment for displaced fractures of the tibial shaft Send mail to with questions or comments about this web site.
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