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Fracture of the olecranon

The mechanism of fracture - a direct blow to the olecranon, the elbow drop on its rear surface. Occasionally the gap of the olecranon with a sharp stress attached to it triceps.

Fracture of the olecranon can happen anywhere at the base, in the middle, on top of the olecranon. Olecranon covered triceps tendon stretching and displacement of fragments depends on the tendon stretching. When it occurs breaking fragment offset upwar ... Read more »
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Fracture of the coronoid process of ulna in isolation is rare, usually accompanied by posterior dislocation of the forearm. Sometimes an isolated fracture occurs when a sudden voltage attach to the coronoid process shoulder muscles.

The patient complains of pain and swelling in the elbow sustva. The pain is worse when you try to bend the arm at the elbow. To carry out the diagnosis of X-rays.

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Fracture of the head and neck radius - such fractures occur most often in the fall on an outstretched hand. Fractures may be:
  • offset
  • without displacement
  • boundary
  • transverse
  • comminuted.
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Dislocation of the radial head - adult radial head dislocations are extremely rare. But in children with a sharp strong pandiculation a straightened handle this kind of damage occurs frequently. Especially in the age of 4 years. Immediately after the trauma the child may have sore arm. Pain does not always occur in the elbow, often the children complain of pain in the lower third of the forearm and wrist in the area. The child holds the arm in the upright condition. ... Read more »
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Fractures of the diaphysis of the forearm bones are common and comprise up to half of all fractures of the upper extremities in both children and adults.

The cause of the fracture is usually a direct blow to his hand, falling on a straight arm, forearm compression. There are fractures of the radius alone or ulna or fractures of both bones together.

Isolated fractures of the radial head dislocation is often accompanied by the ulna, and, conversely, isol ... Read more »
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The turning point of the beam in a typical location or fracture of the distal radius metaepiphysis not uncommon, especially in the elderly.

The mechanism of fracture - fall on an outstretched hand. If the patient is in the fall based on his palm, there is a fracture with displacement of peripheral fragments toward the big toe and the rear of the brush. This change is called a fracture Kolles (Collis).

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Fracture of the scaphoid


Fractures of the scaphoid occur in the fall on a bent wrist, a direct hit on the hand or fist to hit a solid object. Usually navicular broken into two parts. Sometimes the same time with a fractured scaphoid lunate dislocation occurs and bones. Then the damage is called de Quervain perelomovyvih.

The patient complains of pain and swelling in the wrist joint of the thumb. The loa ... Read more »
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