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Fractures of the lower leg of a very common injury. They make up about 20% of all fractures. The most common fractures of the ankle (60%), but the most severe injury is a fracture of the lower end of the tibia at the ankle.

Fractures of the ankle


The direct mechanism of traumatic ankle is rare. This is a direct blow to the ankle. Most ankle fractures occur in the forced rotation of the foot. Ankle break for podvertyvanii foot outward (pronation fra ... Read more »
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The foot of man consists of 26 bones. The bones of the foot wide and flat interconnected strong ligaments. The mobility of the foot bones are much smaller than the mobility of the wrist. Foot performs a support function.

Fractures of the foot are common and make up a third of all closed fractures. Traumatic injuries are the result of a fall from a height on the legs, resulting in a direct blow to the foot, due to subluxations of the foot when walking on uneve ... Read more »
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Fractures of the calcaneus occur with a frequency of 4% of all fractures. The mechanism of fracture is usually straightforward: a fall from a height on the heel or heel. There is a break-in the heel of the talus and calcaneus split. Quite often both at once broken heel bone. Depending on the height of the fall there are simple or fragmented and comminuted fractures, and the position of the foot during the stroke determines the direction of the fracture and displacem ... Read more »
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Fractures of the cervical spine are common. The mechanism of injury is usually the flexor or extensor. The most common damage to the exposed fourth, fifth and sixth cervical vertebrae, but the most severe conditions occur in fractures of the first and second cervical vertebrae.

Fracture of first cervical vertebra


The first cervical vertebra is called atlas. He seems to be holding on his head. It is situ ... Read more »
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The most common fractures of vertebral bodies. Typically, compression fractures of vertebrae and perelomovyvihi are uncomplicated. Broken bodies of the vertebrae in their places of greatest stress in transition from breast to the lumbar spine. These fractures occur when falling from a height on the buttocks or legs straight or bent sharp spine.

Patients complain of back pain, lower back, which is intensified by movement. The pain occurs in the damaged vertebr ... Read more »
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Damage is most often exposed to the outer ankle ligaments. This occurs at an awkward movement, walking on uneven surfaces, when the foot is bent inward and tuck in the direction of the sole. In this case, can be damaged ligament between the talus and fibula bones or ligament between the calcaneus and fibula bones.

There are three degrees of damage the ankle ligaments:
The first degree of damage - if torn or ruptured ligaments separate fibers. Such damage i ... Read more »
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Patellar ligament is a continuation of the tendon of the quadriceps femoris. It covers the kneecap and attaches to the tuberosity of the tibia below the patella. This ligament keeps the patella in place and allows it to move with movement of the knee.

Patellar tendon rupture is rarely complete, partial damage usually occurs.

Partial damage to the patellar tendon occurs during severe load ligament that occurs in athletes during a jump, and push and stra ... Read more »
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