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Forearm Radius and Ulna Fractures

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Description: The classifications for adult both bone forearm fractures apply descriptive terms about the location of the fracture in bone, whether one or both bones are fractured, the degrees of comminution, displacement ,angulation and whether the fracture is open or closed.
OTA basic Fracture Course

Type: Lecture/Presentation
Author/Contact: Gerald J. Lang, MD, Laura J. Prokuski
Institution: OTA
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Language: English

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Added: Sat Apr 27 2002
Last Modified: Thu Jan 24 2008

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fractures 5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: cathy, Feb 5 2006 12:00AM

recently fractured wrist. needed info regarding these two, radius/ulna bones that are fractured. also need more info. re.- closed reduction, pain and swelling @ time it will take to heel, having osteoporosis, and hypothyroidism taking synthroid 100mcg.-1 qd. your information is very impressive and wants me to explore even more areas. thank you.
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