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In its thirty eighth 12 months, A handbook of Orthopaedic Terminology has been a significant other reference for a person who wishes the most up to date phrases, acronyms, and codes terms in relation to scientific orthopaedics and study. Portable and simply accessible, this authoritative compilation categorizes and cross-references phrases to allow these unexpected with orthopaedics to find a time period in its right context. not like a standard A-Z dictionary structure, phrases are organized via topic-facilitating quicker seek effects with comparable phrases showing at the comparable or instantly adjoining page.
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Ideberg Classification for Glenoid Fractures of the Scapula‡ To define mechanism and to compare surgical and nonsurgical treatment. Type I: avulsion of the anterior margin * Filan SL and Herber TJ, 1996. † Hohl M and Moore TM. ‡ Ideberg R. Type II: transverse fracture through glenoid fossa with inferior triangular fragment displaced with the humeral head Type III: oblique fracture through the glenoid exiting on the midsuperior border of the scapula; often associated with acromioclavicular fracture or dislocation Type IV: horizontal, exiting through medial border of the blade Type V: type IV with a separation of the inferior half of the glenoid Isler Classification for Sacral Fractures Involving Lumbosacral Junction Type I: fracture through foramen of lateral sacrum and transverse process L5 Type II: fracture through foramen of lateral sacrum, superior sacral facet, and transverse process L5 Type III: fracture through foramen of lateral sacrum extending medially at superior margin and transverse process L5 Jensen Classification for Intertrochanteric Femur Fractures* Modified Evans system to determine possibility of stable reduction and secondary fracture displacement.
From Islam A: Fractures of the pelvis and acetabulum. In Eastman AL: The Parkland trauma handbook, ed 3, Philadelphia, 2009, Elsevier, Fig. ) LC: transverse fracture of pubic rami, ipsilateral, or posterolateral to posterior injury I: sacral compression on side of impact II: crescent (iliac wing) fracture on side of impact III: LC-I or LC-II injury on side of impact: contralateral open-book anterior-posterior compression (APC) injury Type IA: short oblique fracture from above the lesser trochanter to the lower lateral shaft Type IB: long oblique fracture from above the lesser trochanter to the lower lateral shaft; comminution may be present Type IC: transverse fracture just below lesser trochanter to a point near the isthmus Dislocations This section is divided into two parts: The first is a general list of terms applied to all joints, and the second is a list by specific anatomic location.
Fracture of the fifth metacarpal head with volar angulation. This is usually caused by punching a wall or hard object. breaststroker’s knee: irritation of the medial capsule of the knee, tibial collateral ligament, or patellar cartilage caused by repeated thrusts of the limbs by a breaststroke swimmer. charley horse: cramping, stiffness of quadriceps muscles caused by muscle overuse, contusion, or direct blow to the thigh as in a sports injury. Classifications of Fractures, Dislocations, and Sports-Related Injuries coach’s finger: proximal interphalangeal joint dislocation in finger.