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a change in normal place or position

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an event that results in a displacement or discontinuity

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the act of disrupting an established order so it fails to continue

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a displacement of a part (especially a bone) from its normal position (as in the shoulder or the vertebral column)

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Results of paediatric fracture dislocations of the elbow are generally perceived as reasonable with internal fixation of concomitant bony avulsions, but case reports of elbow stiffness after simple elbow trauma have drawn the focus on the difficulty to treat sequelae after paediatric elbow fracture dislocation.
Linked to this study, if the specimen of first TMT joint fracture dislocation was fixed by staple, the stability of the first TMT joint could only be recovered partly.
Bilateral posterior fracture dislocation of the shoulders following seizure.
CT demonstrated that hips with <34% of the remaining posterior acetabulum were unstable and with >55% were stable after posterior fracture dislocation of the hip [31].
The mean score is 80 in the fracture dislocation group and 77.
Open anterior hip fracture dislocation in a young adult with exposed femoral Head: A case report.
The 20-year-old suffered a fracture dislocation of his right index finger while fielding for the Riversiders against Lancashire in the LV= County Championship in May, and suffered a recurrence of the injury during England's fourth one-day international against India in September.
A true lateral radiograph of the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint will confirm a concentric reduction after a fracture dislocation of this joint (Figs 1a and 1b).
Other conditions that can be effectively addressed though keyhole surgery are loose bodies within the hip joint and the removal of fractured fragments in fracture dislocation.
It was in this book that he described fracture dislocation of the ankle, still called 'Pott's fracture'.
In the first few days after a fracture dislocation of the thumb, it is important to follow the RICE protocol as outlined above.
Conclusion: Single forearm bone fracture should be treated as fracture dislocation until proved by adequate radiological survey and clinical examination.
Recent successes for Tawam Hospital's 360 degree surgery include an 18 year old woman with a cervical spinal injury resulting from a car accident in Al Ain, who was able to return home after just four days in hospital and a 25 year old patient who was injured in a car accident which led to a fracture dislocation of the cervical spine, who through a small posterior and then anterior incision, had their cervical spine unlocked and then fused in one operation, rather than two.
ANDREW TRIMBLE has been ruled out until October after undergoing surgery to repair a fracture dislocation of a finger on his left hand.