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fracture

slang To cause one to laugh uproariously. I was thrilled when the joke I'd written fractured the crowd.

fractured

slang Laughing uproariously. I was thrilled when the joke I'd written left the crowd fractured.
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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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.
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The use of a single miniplate for fractures of the angle of the mandible is a simple, reliable technique with a relatively small number of complications.
A Comparative Study of Transbuccal and Extraoral Approaches in the Management of Mandibular Angle Fractures: A Systematic Review.
Complications and functional recovery in treatment of femoral shaft fractures with unreamed intramedullary nailing.
The role of tensile stress in the mechanism of femoral fractures. J Bone Joint Surg Am 1951; 33-A: 485-501.
This will reduce the psychological negative effects of the child, as well as it will benefit the family and the child as social and economic.10,11 Elastic Stable Intramedullary Nailing (ESIN) is a common treatment option for pediatric femur fractures and has many advantages as compared with other treatment methods.
Our study included femur fractures in the children who had weights less than 50 kg and between 6-15 years of age.
Dynamization is a method that can be tried to improve fracture healing in femoral shaft fractures that show delayed healing after static interlocking nailing10.
The objective of the study was to assess the outcome of dynamization in delayed union of femoral shaft fractures after intramedullary interlocking nailing.
Among 130 patients with pelvic fractures pubis fracture was seen in maximum number of cases, 88 (67.7%) followed by ilium in 83 (63.8%), ischium in 61 (46.9%) and sacrum in 21 (42.9%) cases.
Fractures due to RTAs is most commonly seen in 73 (56.2%) cases followed by fall from height in 29 (22.3%), pedestrian hit by car in 18 (13.8%), assault injury in 6 (3.4%) and others 4 (3%) cases (Table 2).
Fraclure pattern interpretation in the skull: Differentiating blunt force from ballistics trauma using concentric fractures. Journal of Forensic Sciences 2005;50(6):1276-81.
According to some hydraulic fracturing experiments and the analysis of the fracture azimuth imaging logging after treatment, the fractures mainly developed are located at NE (45[degrees][+ or -] 15[degrees]), NW (300[degrees][+ or -] 15[degrees]), EW (85[degrees][+ or -] 10[degrees]), and SN (0[degrees][+ or -] 10[degrees]), with NE (45[degrees][+ or -] 15[degrees]) and EW (85[degrees][+ or -] 10[degrees]) being the ones mostly developed, followed by NW (300[degrees][+ or -] 15[degrees]).
Fractures in children are very common, with some estimates as high as 50 per cent of boys and 40 per cent of girls having at least one fracture by the age of 18.
In conclusion, the existence of long fractures as the dominant seepage path will help rainwater enter the slope quickly.