By C. Edward Collins
Textbook offers a consultant to check clinical terminology. gains studying tables to facilitate knowing, decoding scientific rfile workouts, pre-quiz checklists, and extra. subject matters contain interpreting scientific phrases, universal suffixes, the integumentary method, muscular approach, and extra. for college students. Softcover DNLM: Terminology-Problems and routines.
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It is important to obtain two views at right angles for all suspected fractures and dislocations. 10). Two views are also essential to adequately see the degree of deformity at the fracture site. • it is important that the radiographs always show the joint above and below any suspected long bone fracture, unless it is clinically obvious that the injury is only in the most distal part of the limb. But even then, the nearest joint must always be included on the film. • in certain circumstances the fracture may not be visible on radiographs at the time of presentation.
33 There is a fracture of the proximal third of the ulna associated with dislocation of the proximal radius. The radiocapitellar line is disrupted (Monteggia fracture). 46 - T H E WHO MANUAL OF DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING Supracondylar fractures • the commonest fracture of the elbow in children. • transverse fracture of the distal humeral metaphysis. 34). 31) • severely displaced fractures may be associated with brachial artery compression. 34 Greenstick supracondylar fracture. Note that the anterior humeral line is normal.
A Short Course in Medical Terminology by C. Edward Collins