fracture


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fracture

tv. to cause someone to laugh very hard. Now, this joke’ll fracture you.

fractured

1. mod. alcohol intoxicated. This is the third night this week that Pete has rolled in fractured.
2. mod. demolished by laughter. The whole audience was fractured by the time my ten minutes were up.
See also: fracture
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The nugget part was modeled with hexahedral elements to express the various fracture modes.
The fracture criterion assigned was the same as in the detailed model, using the stress triaxiality dependent fracture criterion.
Closed reduction and Elastic nail fixation was successful in 18 cases including 16 both-bone fractures and 2 single-bone fracture.
Flexible intramedullary nailing as fracture treatment in children.
Optimal treatment for type III fracture is still controversially discussed [4-6].
This model predicted that 357,656 lifetime subsequent hip fractures would occur in elderly women with wrist fracture; this number would drop to 262,767 with universal bisphosphonate treatment.
Data source: Modeling based on fracture incidence data and medication surgical, and aftercare cost data drawn from literature review and publicly available Medicare databases
The criteria for case selection were severe osteoporosis patients with fracture of the hip, Garden IV neck fractures or pertrochanteric fractures Kyle III or IV.
Third, an update in the concept of health led to more adults get the opportunity to rescue from fractures, people who referred to the fracture clinic in the past began to go to the hospital in time.
They used a statistical method that determined whether HIV status by itself (being HIV-positive or negative) raised the fracture risk in each of these three age groups, independently of risk factors like white race, smoking, drinking too much alcohol, low weight, and other illnesses.
Conclusions: Ulnar fracture patterns observed did not easily fall into previously described categories, and we have proposed anew classification system.
It is suggested that as soon as the patient is stabilized, the open fracture should be dealt with in the operating theatre within 6 hours of injury.
The most common etiology of fracture was road traffic accident (64.
Operating time, time from injury to surgery and type of fracture had some association with complications in operative fixation of calcaneal fractures, which showed a statistically significant improvement (P=0.