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  1. Deformation and Fracture of Solids by Robert M. Caddell, 1980-03
  2. Applications of Fracture Mechanics to Reinforced Concrete
  3. Freeze Fracture Studies Of Membranes by Sek Wen Hui, 1989-09-30
  4. The Techniques of Modern Structural Geology, Volume 2: Folds and Fractures by John G. Ramsay, Martin I. Huber, 1987-02-11
  5. Dynamics of Fracture (Foundations of Engineering Mechanics) by N. Morozov, Y. Petrov, 2010-11-02
  6. Extended Finite Element Method: for Fracture Analysis of Structures by Soheil Mohammadi, 2008-04-04
  7. Probabilistic Fracture Mechanics and Reliability (Engineering Applications of Fracture Mechanics)
  8. Design and Appraisal of Hydraulic Fractures by Jack Jones, Larry Britt, 2008-06-30
  9. AO Principles of Fracture Management in the Dog and Cat by Ann Johnson, John Houlton, et all 2005-07-12
  10. Fracture Mechanics: An Introduction (Solid Mechanics and Its Applications) by E.E. Gdoutos, 2010-11-02
  11. The Intelligent Patient Guide to Osteoporosis: Diagnosis, bone density testing, DXA, T score, FRAX, calcium, vitamin D, exercise, medications/drugs, prevention/treatment in/of osteoporosis/fractures. by Dr. Roger A L Sutton, Dr. Robert G Josse, 2009-01-01
  12. AO Image Collections: AO Principles of Fracture Management (CD-ROM for Windows & Macintosh) by Thomas P. Ruedi, 2001-08-15
  13. Proximal Humerus Fractures (AAOS Monograph)
  14. Fracture Mechanics (Mathematics and Its Applications) by Nestor Perez, 2004-04-30

121. Bone Fractures
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122. EMedicine Health - Ankle Fracture Overview
Consumer health resource center providing an overview of ankle fractures and their causes, symptoms and treatment.
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Ankle Fracture
Ankle Fracture Overview
Ankle injuries are among the most common of the bone and joint injuries. Often, the degree of pain, the inability to walk, or concern that a bone may be broken is what might cause you to seek care in an emergency situation.
  • The ankle joint is made up of 3 bones coming together.
    • The tibia, which is the main bone of the lower leg, makes up the medial, or inside, anklebone.
      The fibula is a smaller bone that parallels the tibia in the lower leg and makes up the lateral, or outside, anklebone.
      The far ends of both the tibia and fibula are known as the malleoli (singular is malleolus). Together they form an arch that sits on top of the talus, one of the bones in the foot.

    These 3 bones (tibia, fibula, and talus) make up the bony elements of the ankle joint.
    A fibrous membrane called the joint capsule, lined with a smoother layer called the synovium, encases the joint architecture. The joint capsule contains the synovial fluid produced by the synovium. The synovial fluid allows for smooth movement of the joint surfaces.
    The ankle joint is stabilized by 3 groups of ligaments, which are fibers that hold these bones in place.

123. - Services - Full Story
Stress fractures were first mentioned in sports medicine in 1958. Stress fractures seem to be a result of training on hard ground, poor shoe design,

124. North DeKalb Orthopedics, Orthopaedic Surgery, Decatur, Georgia, Bachner, Bircol
Orthopedic surgery group located in Decatur at the DeKalb Medical Center. Specializing in total joint replacement, sports medicine, arthroscopy, and fractures.
We would like to introduce you to our practice.
North DeKalb Orthopedics has been providing quality Orthopaedic care for almost 30 years. All of our physicians are members of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, and are Board Certified. We have additional fellowship training in Total Joint Replacement Surgery, Sports Medicine, and Spine Surgery, as well as extensive experience in Trauma (fractures), and general orthopaedics.
We use both conservative and operative approaches to help restore function and decrease pain for our patients.
About Our Doctors:
Paul F. Richin, MD Robert S. Bachner, MD Lawrence A. Bircoll, MD Damien A. Doute', MD North DeKalb Orthopedics is truly a multi-subspecialty orthopedic center. We provide all orthopaedic services including: diagnosis, patient education, treatment and coordination of rehabilitation at our facility. Orthopaedically trained and licensed radiology technicians supply our physicians with superior quality X-Rays. This benefits the patient by providing the patient with immediate review of your X-rays by your physician. Neurologic testing for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is now also done on our premises. For patient education, we make generous use of models, brochures and videos, as we strive to have our patients well informed about their condition, their options for management, what procedures are required, what the outcome is expected to be, and what the result actually is. We believe that the first step towards recovery is education, and our job is to educate first, and then do our best to achieve the desired goal.

125. Ridges And Fractures
(22 meters/picture element), Ridges and fractures on Europa 6. (21 meters/picture element), Mosaic of Europa s Ridges, Craters 6
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(230 meters/picture element) Double Ridges, Dark Spots, and Smooth Icy Plains on Europa
(30 meters/picture element) Rugged Terrain on Europa
(30 meters/picture element) Rugged Terrain on Europa in 3-D Stereo
(1,680 meters/picture element) Thera and Thrace Macula on Europa
(40 meters/picture element) Cracks and Ridges Distorted by Europan Fault Motion More Information on this Observation
(40 meters/picture element) A Record of Crustal Movement on Europa More Information on this Observation
(40 meters/picture element) San Andreas-sized Strike-slip Fault on Europa More Information on this Observation
(40 meters/picture element) The San Andreas Fault and a Strike-slip Fault on Europa More Information on this Observation
(1,680 meters/picture element) Agenor Linea on Europa (50 meters/picture element) Agenor Linea at High Resolution (50 meters/picture element) Agenor Linea in Color (29 meters/picture element) Ridges on Europa (21 meters/picture element) Close-up of Europa's Surface (21 meters/picture element) Close-up of Europa's Surface and similar scales on Earth (114 meters/picture element) Prominent Doublet Ridges on Europa (420 meters/picture element) Topography on Europa....the Shadow Knows.

126. Reconstructive Orthopaedics / Orthopedics And Sports Medicine (Cincinnati, OH)
Treatment of fractures to arthroscopy, joint replacement, spine surgery, sports medicine, orthopaedic oncology and pediatric orthopaedics. Cincinnati, Fairfield, and Lebanon locations.
Home Our Practice Business Office Directions ... Help Forum Sep. 09, 2005 We are committed to providing you with the highest quality orthopedic care. Business Office Montgomery Fairfield Lebanon ... Middletown
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H E L P F O R U M This forum is designed to help answer your questions regarding a wide range of orthopedic topics ranging from fractures and arthroscopy to joint replacement and sports injuries. More Updated Sep. 02, 2005 Orthopedic Specialties Joint Replacement
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127. Hand Fractures, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Information on how to treat and care for your child s hand fracture, provided by staff at Cincinnati Children s Hospital Medical Center.
Home Contact Us Site Map Go to Advanced Search ... Fractures in Children / Las Fracturas En Los Niños Hand Fractures Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease (LCPD) Limb Deformity and Leg Length Discrepancy Pectus Carinatum Pectus Excavatum ... Treatment
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There are many classifications of bone fractures. Treatment can range from simple splinting or casting to operations with metal pins or plates, depending on the type of fracture your child has.
Types of Fractures
Open vs. closed fractures
Fractures that happen without tearing the skin are called closed. If there is opening in the skin, the fracture is called open. Open fractures are more likely to have infection. Open fractures must be cleaned thoroughly, and your child must take antibiotic medication.
Shaft, growth plate and joint fractures
If fractures are in the middle of the bone and do not involve a joint, they are called shaft fractures. In children, unlike adults, there are growth centers in the flared end of the bones. Fractures in these growth areas are called Salter fractures and can make children's fractures more difficult to treat than a similar fracture in an adult. Only 2% of growth plate fractures develop a growth arrest which can lead to a short or crooked bone. Severe growth plate fractures may need to be followed for 6-12 months after healing to ensure proper growth.

128. Humérus - Humerus TELEGRAPH : Clou Huméral A Vis Autostables
du mat©riel, de ses avantages et de la technique op©ratoire.......Pour le traitement des fractures   2, 3 et 4 fragments de la partie proximale de l'hum©rus.
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129. Preventing Fractures In Elderly People -- Woolf And Åkesson 327 (7406): 89 -- B
fractures in elderly people are an important public health issue, Around 310 000 fractures occur each year in elderly people in the United Kingdom.

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Anthony D Woolf professor of rheumatology associate professor Institute of Health and Social Care, Peninsula Medical School, Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro TR1 3LJ, Correspondence to: A D Woolf Preventing fractures in elderly people is a priority, especially as it has been predicted that in 20 years almost a quarter of people in Europe will be aged over 65. This article describes

130. Florida Hospital Orthopaedics
A bone and joint specialist facility, specializes in joint replacement, arthritis, osteoporosis, joint reconstruction, hip fractures, knee and joint pain, and sports injuries.

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131. Hip Fracture
Efforts to lower the incidence of dilapidating hip fractures should therefore concentrate on those women who have been shown to have low hip BMD as measured
    Hip Fracture
    This short review focuses on hip fracture and its assessment (se diagram below), since for the patient it carries the most serious clinical consequences of all fractures and is associated with the major economic burden on the health care system.
    • Hip fracture is related to a high degree of both morbidity and mortality, particularly for the elderly patient.
    • Complications may arise from the fracture itself and the resulting surgical management and comorbidity. Only a small proportion of patients retain their previous mobility, while about 20% will require nursing home care.
    • Mortality is also significant, estimates of 12 to 40% at one year having been reported from different populations and countries.
    • Hip fracture however is also related to both bone strength and mechanical stress placed on the bone.
    • In the majority of cases hip fracture typically results from a fall. Since most elderly subjects are osteopenic, the likelihood of falling with age becomes an important risk factor.
    • It has been proposed that the incidence of hip fracture is 85% explained by underlying bone mass and 15% by age.

132. Andrew P. Gutow, M.D.
Orthopedic hand and upper extremity surgeon in Palo Alto. Specializing in the care of fractures, surgery of nerves, tendons, arteries, bones and joints of the arm.

133. Fractures, Sprains And Dislocations
Diagnosis and Symptoms Information Resources Living with fractures, Sprains, and Dislocations More about What are fractures, Sprains and Dislocations?
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134. Shore Orthopaedic Group - Shore Center For Orthopaedic Excellence
Evaluates and treats all disorders of the musculoskeletal system, including fractures, ligament injuries, herniated discs, tendonitis and arthritis,in Tinton Falls and Lakewood.
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At Shore Orthopaedic Group , our distinguished team of experienced, board-certified orthopaedic surgeons is dedicated to helping you keep your body's musculoskeletal system in the best possible working condition; returning you to the freedom of an active, pain-free lifestyle at any age.
Our practice is comprised of five prominent orthopaedic surgeons: Robert B. Grossman, M.D., Cary D. Glastein, M.D., David L. Chalnick, M.D., Charles C. Rizzo, M.D., Lance A. Markbreiter, M.D., and Scott C. Woska, M.D.
These physicians evaluate and treat all disorders of the musculoskeletal system, including fractures, ligament injuries, herniated discs, tendonitis and arthritis, with the goal of providing experienced, up-to-the-minute orthopaedic treatment within a caring, personal environment. Although each physician is able to provide care in general orthopaedics, each is also highly trained in a specialized area, and brings his field of expertise to the practice. This allows patients to receive specialized treatment in the areas of sports medicine, spinal disorders, arthritis, total joint replacement and foot and ankle problems at the highest levels of professionalism and care.
No one should have to live - and move - in pain. Yet the decision to undergo surgery to correct an orthopaedic problem is not

135. UCI Medical Center Neurosurgery - Compression Fractures
UCI Medical Center provides advanced healthcare services, including diagnosis and treatment programs for cancer, neurosurgery, heart surgery, pediatrics,
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Compression Fractures Osteoporosis is a disease that thins the bones; it can be a result of hormonal imbalances, pregnancy, some metabolic diseases, cancer, and may occur in otherwise healthy people with age. Women are much more often affected than men. With osteoporosis, bone thins all over the body but can be particularly noticeable in the vertebra of the spine. Fractures through the spine cause pain, deformity in the form of a hunch back posture, and can lead to problems with breathing. These fractures can be progressive, leading to increased vertebral collapse and additional vertebral fractures. Spinal fractures can be treated with medications to reduce pain and increase bone density. Bone density medications do not treat fractures but may help prevent them. A brace can also be used to help immobilize the spine and decrease pain for lumbar fractures.

136. Midland Orthopedic Associates - Orthopedic Surgeons
Specialties include sports medicine, treatment of injuries and fractures, joint replacement, reconstructive, spinal, hand and foot surgery. Located in Chicago and La Grange.
Midland Orthopedic Associates offers the finest care. Our surgeons are board certified in their area of specialty. Our services include: the only hand clinic in the western suburbs of Chicago, sports medicine, treatment of injuries and fractures joint replacement, reconstructive, spinal, arthroscopic, hand and foot surgery. We also specialize in pediatric orthopedics, physical therapy and podiatric medicine Click on the following links to navigate our site: Midland site links Midland additional site links

137. Http:// - Welcome
Provides care for patients that require hip replacement or knee replacement surgery, shoulder replacement, arthroscopy surgery, and fractures.
WELCOME The mission of The Practice, is to minimize the impact of illness and injury on our patients' lives through a full spectrum of high quality, value laden orthopedic services. Our services are provided in a timely manner with compassion, thoroughness, and cost accountability to the patient, the referring physician, and the purchaser of health care. We strive to improve our services to our patients and deliver patient treatment to our patients that is cost effective, timely and responsive to the changing demands of area in which we serve. Our Practice, seeks to become the recognized provider of a full range of responsive accountable value laden orthopedic services for the people of New York City and surrounding areas. To meet this vision we continually reinforce by word and deed the values of compassionate, quality, patient-centered care that is accountable and cost appropriate. We value accountability to our patients, their referring physicians, and their health plans. We judge honest, two-way communication as essential.

138. Femoral Head Fractures
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139. Injury Prevention And Mobility Lab Home
Biomechanics research focuses on the cause and prevention of falls, hip fractures, wrist fractures, and disorders in balance and mobility. People, publications and mission.
Our Mission Falls are the most common cause of non-fatal injury and the second most common cause of injury-related death in the elderly. In terms of numbers and cost, hip fractures represent the most serious injury related to falls, followed by fractures of the distal radius. Current research in the Injury Prevention and Mobility Laboratory at Simon Fraser University is focused on developing improved methods for preventing falls and fall-related injuries. Safe experiments with living humans are used in combination with mathematical models to assess how age-related declines in neuromuscular performance alter one's ability to prevent falls, and avoid injury in the event of a fall. Engineering tools are used to develop and evaluate specific fracture prevention strategies, from exercise training for fall prevention, to hip pads and energy-absorbing floors for attenuating impact forces. Current projects are also examining the links between age-related changes in sensorimotor function, cognition, and balance, and the mechanics and prevention of forearm fractures from falls on the outstretched hand (the most common fracture in the under-65 population). Home Publications People Contact Info Links home ..

140.    In Pieces    <><><><><><><><>   Official Fanlisting For Farscape's 3.1
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