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Pediatric Fractures. Fractures Peculiar to Children. Torus or buckling Greenstick Bowing Epiphyseal Often only incomplete fracture line is seen. Fractures Peculiar to Children. D. A. B. C. Torus Fracture Radius. Torus Fracture Radius. Bowing Fracture. Bowing fracture of right fibula

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Pediatric fractures

Pediatric Fractures


Fractures peculiar to children

Fractures Peculiar to Children

  • Torus or buckling

  • Greenstick

  • Bowing

  • Epiphyseal

    Often only incomplete fracture line is seen


Fractures peculiar to children1

Fractures Peculiar to Children

D

A

B

C


Torus fracture radius

Torus Fracture Radius


Torus fracture radius1

Torus Fracture Radius


Bowing fracture

Bowing Fracture

  • Bowing fracture of right fibula

  • Buckle fracture of right tibia

  • Normal left for comparison


Greenstick fracture radius

Greenstick Fracture Radius

  • Dorsal cortex remains intact

  • Ventral cortex is disrupted

  • Angulation is ventral


Salter harris fractures

Salter-Harris Fractures

  • Epiphyseal separation

  • Fragment from metaphysis with displacement of epiphysis

  • Fragment runs vertically through the epiphysis and the growth plate

  • Vertical fracture through the epiphysis, growth plate and metaphysis

  • Crushing injury to epiphysis and plate

Normal

3

2

1

4

5


Salter 2 fracture proximal phalanx

Salter 2 Fracture Proximal Phalanx

  • Early callus

  • Slight displacement


Salter 3 fracture lateral tibia

Salter 3 Fracture Lateral Tibia

  • Acute injury

  • No apparent displacement


Toddler refuses to walk

Toddler refuses to walk


Toddler s fracture with early healing

Toddler’s fracture with early healing


Elbow pain

Elbow pain

Supracondylar Fracture


Classic supracondylar fracture

Classic Supracondylar Fracture

Anterior/ Posterior Fat Pad

Supracondylar fracture


Lesser trochanter avulsion iliopsoas insertion

Lesser trochanter avulsioniliopsoas insertion


Chronic hip pain

Chronic Hip Pain


Pediatric fractures

SCFE

Slipped capital femoral epiphysis


Bilateral scfe

Bilateral SCFE


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