Sonography can assess the integrity of the triceps tendon, avulsion fractures
and any associated fluid collections or olecranon bursitis.
Surgical treatment of avulsion fractures
has been advocated when there is greater than 2 mm of displacement at the fracture site or when the fracture extends into the cubometatarsal joint, though some may argue that these injuries represent more than a simple avulsion fracture
based on the populations surveyed.
Lateral tibial avulsion fractures
and disruptions of the anterior cruciate ligament: A clinical study of their incidence and correlation.
of the coracoid epiphysis with acromioclavicular separation: Report of two cases in adolescents and review of the literature.
5,10,19) Ligament ruptures may be associated with an avulsion fracture
from the ulnar aspect of the base of the proximal phalanx.
After missing Highland's first 11 games with an avulsion fracture
in her pelvis suffered while competing with the U.
A remarkable number of injuries were subsequently discovered on MRI following radiographic observation of an avulsion fracture
of the proximal fibula.
During the first summer passing tournament, Wirthlin suffered an avulsion fracture
on his hip - caused when a ligament or tendon tears a piece of bone - and underwent four hours of surgery to reattach the bone.
At the time he was diagonosed with a small avulsion fracture
and sat out the remainder of spring training and the first 44 games of the regular season.
The Acumed Hand Fracture System features plates for fractures of the metacarpal neck, fractures of the base of the first metacarpal, avulsion fractures
, and rotational malunions.
Radiological differentiation from post-traumatic myositis ossificans and from avulsion fractures
can usually be made with the well-corticated appearance of the pelvic digit and the absence of a history of trauma, and it is differentiated from osteochondroma by the lack of continuity with the underlying bone (7,10-12).
Humeral medial epicondylar avulsion fractures
, which in modern cases occur in the dominant limbs of young males, are explained in historical terms against the specific biocultural circumstances of six excavated medieval individuals (Knusel).
Fifth metatarsal injuries include avulsion fractures
of the peroneal brevis attachment, proximal diaphyseal (Jones) fractures and stress fractures.