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Types of Bone Fractures
Stress – Strain Force (N) Deformation (cm)
KRITZ The Healing of Broken Bones
What Type of Fracture is This? Is it Open or Closed?
What kind of fracture is this? It’s kind of tough to tell, but this is a _ _ _ _ _ _ fracture.
Stress – Strain of Different Materials
Alterations of Musculoskeletal Function Chapter 42 Mosby items and derived items © 2010, 2006 by Mosby, Inc., an affiliate of Elsevier Inc.
Fracture Types And their definitions.
Skeletal System Lecture Day 2: Joints, Fractures, and the Healing Process.
Fractures and Bone Healing
Tissue Healing and Repair Chapter 5 or 6 Injury Mechanisms Force and Its Effects – Load – Deformation – Yield Point – Elastic Limit.
Tracy Dawson & Michelle Verrochi. Comminuted Depression Compression Transverse Oblique Spiral Greenstick Open vs. closed.
Dr Mohamed El Safwany, MD.. The student should be able at the end of this lecture to recognize various radiographic principles of fractures.
What you will learn about in this topic: 1.Common injuries 2.Treatment of injuries 3.The effect of injury on sports performance Injuries 2.
Have you ever broken a bone? Which one? How long did it take to heal? BELLWORK.
Fractures, Sprains, and Dislocations
TRAUMA Fractures, Dislocations & other injuries By Barbara Peacock Cumberland County College 2009.
Bone Formation, Growth and Remodeling. Bone formation The Skeleton is formed from two of the strongest and most supportive tissues in the body: Cartilage.
Cartilage and Bone Structure and Function. Bones.
Bone Repair & Calcification > WHAT BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERS NEED TO KNOW
Fractures Created By: Heidi Reese, Eric Szekely, and Tony Capatch.
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Sports Medicine Option 3. Classification of Sports Injuries Direct Injury Definition: Caused by an external blow or force Definition: Caused by an external.
Bone Fractures. Complete Fracture (Radius) Compound Fracture Complete fracture in which bone breaks through skin.
Musculoskeletal Radiology 2 Fractures. Closed /simple fracture: is a broken bone that does not penetrate the skin Open (compound) fracture: involve.
What is the skeletal system, you might ask? The skeletal system is basically a human’s skeleton. The human skeleton consists of 206 bones as well as the.
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