ANT 3 Review - REVIEW Trauma o Blunt force Fractures Arm...

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REVIEW Trauma o Blunt force Fractures – Arm Monteggia fracture o Fracture of ulna with radius displacement o Caused by fall on pronated outstretched hand with straight elbow Galeazzi Fracture o Fracture of the radius o Caused by fall on pronated outstretched hand with bent elbow GR-UM Falls - Ankle Weber fracture o Inversion or eversion of ankle o A,B,C fracture Potts fracture o Bimalleolar fracture o Very unstable A+B, A+C, B+C… Falls from height Ring fracture o Feet first o At base of cranium o Spinal column drives up into skull Jefferson fracture o Fracture of C1 Axial load fractures o Spine, femur, foot
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Defensive wounds Parry fracture o Ulna o Monteggia fracture by force to posterior ulna Defensive wounds to the hands Boxer fracture (5 th metacarpal) Athletic injury o Clavicle o Pars defect (lumbar vertebrae) o Associated with axial loads MVA injuries Dicing patterns from tempered glass Tibia fracture from bumper strike Pilon fracture o Impaction from bracing on floor board in car accident Determining order of injuries Connect terminating fractures Path of least resistance Plastic deformation Gives us a imprint of our weapon Due to slow forces of blunt force trauma Pseudo trauma (naturally occurring variation in humans)
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