Injuries of the upper and lower limbs. Some regional fractures and dislocation. Injuries of shoulder girdle . ( A) Fractures : Clavicle Scapula Proximal humerus , the most commonly fractures are those of greater tuberosity and surgical neck. (B) Dislocations
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Some regional fractures and dislocation
AP anterior dislocation glenohumeral
relationship of radial nerve to fractures in the
1- fractures f the distal end of the humerus such as fractures of .
a - superacondylar b -condylar c-infercodylar
2- Fractures of proximal end of the ulna
3- Fractures of proximal end of the radius
4- avulsion fracture of the epiphysis of the humeral (medial and lateral condyle)
Partial avulsion of the medial epicondyle
open reduction and fixation of Galeazzi fracture -dislocation
fracture through waist of scaphoid
Pelvic fracture following a road traffic accident
fixation of femoral shaft fracture
Types of intertrochanteric fractures
Transverse patella fracture
Fracture mid shaft of tibia, note the associated fracture of the fibula
Comminuted mid-femoral shaft fracture
Weber C ankle fracture
Posterior dislocation of the right hip.Note the acetabular
posterior column fracture.
Lateral view of a calcaneal fracture