Determining if there is a Fracture
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Determining if there is a Fracture

Determining if there is a Fracture




      

Determining if there is a Fracture


Determining if there is a Fracture

By crepitation is meant that characteristic grating sound produced by rubbing the two ends of the fractured bone together. It is the one absolute sign of a fracture, and once heard can never be forgotten. It may be likened to the sound produced by rubbing two or three coarse hairs between the finger and thumb.

If a fracture is suspected let the patient himself, or someone for him, grasp the limb above and below the site of the suspected fracture and turn it in opposite directions. If a fracture is present it will be manifested by a distinct grating sound, also by a jarring sensation as the uneven fragments pass over each other.

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

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