closed fracture

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Synonyms for closed fracture

an uncomplicated fracture in which the broken bones to not pierce the skin

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Obese kids are susceptible to bone fractures because they have a lack of physical activity and a greater stress placed on their bones during a fall.
[USA], May 21 (ANI): Diets high in soy foods are associated with a decreased risk of osteoporotic bone fractures in pre-menopausal breast cancer survivors according to a new study.
The symptoms and clinical findings in temporal bone fractures change depending on whether there is a longitudinal or transverse fracture line.
In conclusion, traumatic facial and vestibulocochlear nerve injuries can occur in the absence of a temporal bone fracture. Concurrent palsy of these two nerves in the absence of a temporal bone fracture may indicate an avulsion injury; therefore, the internal acoustic canal must be carefully evaluated in such cases.
"Empagliflozin did not increase the risk of bone fracture compared with placebo in a pooled analysis of >12,000 patients or compared with glimepiride in a four-year head-to-head study," the authors write.
Inclusion criteria were set which included all those patients who signed the written informed consent and had displaced isolated zygomatic bone fracture in any direction.
The routine x-ray evaluation for simple nasal bone fracture has been criticized by many.
Introduction: Methods of surgical treatment of long bone fractures in children is a problem that has been recently addressed with growing attention.
Further experiments are needed to validate our hypothesis that the amplitude ratio between the S0 and A0 modes can indeed facilitate long bone fracture and healing process evaluation.
It has been reported that dislocated alveolar fractures could be seen as a mobile unit segment with related teeth in alveoler process bone fracture cases.1,2,9 As for the treatment options, the fractured alveolar segment can be repositioned and dislocated teeth are brought back to an appropriate position manually or by using forceps.1,9 In this case report, the repositioning of the mobile segment was provided by manual technique.
In this article, we describe our study of the impact that a nasal bone fracture treated by manipulation under anesthesia had on the performance of injured athletes.
After removal of the surgical apparatus the recurrence rates of bone fracture and joint dislocation in the observation group were significantly lower than those of the control group (P less than 0.05).Conclusion: AO/ASIF clavicle hook plate functioned more effectively than Kirschner-wire tension band in clinical treatment of distal clavicle fractures and acromioclavicular joint dislocations.
Although, the definition of osteoporosis varies depending on the source, any accurate definition should include three key components (decreased bone mass, decreased bone quality and increased risk of bone fracture).
For consumers, "Reducing the Risk of Bone Fracture: A Review of the Research for Adults With Low Bone Density," describes how low bone density can boost the risk of fracture and what research has found about different types of treatments to lower the risk.
To the author's knowledge this is the first case of hyoid bone fracture associated with taekwondo.