Classification and Detection of Fractures
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Classification and Detection of Fractures

Classification and Detection of Fractures




      

Classification and Detection of Fractures


Classification and Detection of Fractures

Before proceeding to the discussion of individual fractures, a brief consideration of the classification and detection of fractures in general is necessary. Surgeons divide fractures into: simple, those where there is a simple separation of the bone without injury to the flesh; compound, where in addition to the separation of the bone there is laceration of the flesh and one or both ends of the bone are driven out through the skin; and comminuted, where the bone is in several fragments. A comminuted fracture may be either simple or compound, according as it does or does not penetrate the flesh.

Moody, Charles Stuart. Backwoods Surgery & Medicine. New York: Outing Pub., 1916. Print.

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