Methods of Fracture Fixation . What are the forces acting on a fracture after reduction and fixation? . Shear Torsional/ Rotational Bending . Which of these forces is most significant for: a) transverse fractures; b) oblique fractures; c) comminuted fractures. . Transverse
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Define: dynamic compression plate, compression plate, neutralization plate, and buttress plate. What is a veterinary cuttable plate and what are its advantages?
If you use 2 lag screws to fix a butterfly fragment to the main fracture fragments, and you then apply a bone plate, what type of plating have you done?
Give examples of mechanical factors, biologic factors and clinical factors that are used to develop a fracture assessment score for a patient.