FRYKMAN CLASSIFICATION PDF

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4 observers assessed the cases using the Frykman, Fernández, Universal, and AO classification systems. The first 2 assessments were. Diagram shows the Frykman classification of distal radius fractures with or without involvement of the ulnar styloid: type I, simple metaphyseal area fracture; type. Frykman classification considers involvement of radiocarpal & RU joint, in addition to presnce or absence of frx of ulnar styloid process;.

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Frykman classification is a system of categorizing Colles’ fractures. In the Frykman classification system there are four types of fractures. Though the Frykman classification system has traditionally been used, there is little value in its use because it does not help direct treatment.

The classification is as follows: Classification Though the Frykman classification system has traditionally been used, there is little value in its use because it flassification not help direct treatment. Fracture with a dorsal tilt. Dorsal is left, and volar is right in the image. There are a number of ways to classify distal radius fractures.

Classifications systems are devised to describe patterns of injury which will behave clsasification predictable ways, to distinguish between conditions which have different outcomes or which need different treatments. Most wrist fracture systems have failed feykman accomplish any of these goals and there is no consensus vrykman the most useful one.

At one extreme, a stable undisplaced extra-articular fracture has an excellent prognosis. On the other hand, an unstable, displaced intra-articular fracture is difficult to treat and has a poor prognosis without operative intervention.

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Eponyms such as Colles’, Smith’s, and Barton’s fractures are discouraged. Anatomic An anatomic description of the fracture is the easiest way to describe the fracture, determine treatment, and assess stability. Articular incongruity Volar or dorsal tilt Radial inclination Radial length and ulnar varianc A bone fracture sometimes abbreviated FRX or Fx, F, or is a medical condition in which there is a classifiication or complete break in the continuity of the bone.

In more severe cases, the bone may be broken into several pieces. Nissen-Lie classification is a system of categorizing Colles’ fractures. Fryknan the Nissen-Lie classification system there are seven types of fractures. The classification system was first published in A fracture at the junction of the shaft and distal extremity of the radius occurs only in children between the age of 1 and 15 years, and is most commonly a greenstick fracture Type 2: Slipping of the epiphysis with dorsal displacement, often with a dorsally avulsed triangular fragment of the radius occurs in the age range years Type 3: Minimal displacement Type 4: Dorsal angulation, extra-articular, no comminution Type 5: Intra-articular, comminuted Type 6: Fractures of the radial styloid Type 7: Older’s classification is a system of categorizing Colles’ fractures.

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In the Older’s classification system there are four types of fractures.

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Dorsal angulation up to five degrees, radial length distal to ulna at least 7 mm. Dorsal angulation, radial length 1 to 7 mm, no comminution. Dorsal radius comminuted, radial length less than 4 mm, distal fragment slightly comminuted. Marked comminution, radial length usually negative. The classification system is based on fracture line, direction and degree of displacement, extent of articular involvement and involvement of the distal radioulnar joint, and was first published in Minimal displacement Group 2-A: Extra-articular, dorsal angulation Group 2-B: Intra-articular, dorsal angulation, joint surface not comminuted Group 2-C: Extra-articular, dorsal angulation and dorsal displacement Group 2-D: Intra-articular, dorsal angulation and displacement, joint surface not comminuted Group 2-F: The classification system is based on metaphysical comminution, intra-articular extension and displacement, and was first published in Extra-articular, displaced Type 2: Intra-articular, no displacement Type 3: Retrieved 13 November Fractures of the Distal Radius: A Practical Approach to Management.

Fractures Aviator’s fracture Bankart’s fracture Barton’s fracture Bennett’s fracture Boxer’s fracture Bumper fracture Burst fracture Bosworth fracture Chance fracture Chopart’s fracture-dislocation Clay-Shoveller fracture Colles’ fracture Cotton’s fracture Dupuytren’s fracture Duverney fracture Essex-Lopresti fracture Galeazzi fracture Gosselin fracture Hangman’s fracture Holstein—Lewis fracture Holdsworth fracture Hutchinson’s fracture Hoffa fracture Hume fracture Jefferson fracture Jones fracture Lisfranc fracture March fracture Maisonneuve fracture Malgaigne’s fracture Monteggia fracture Moore’s fracture Night-stick fracture Pilon fracture Pipkin fracture-dislocation Plafond fracture Pott’s fracture Rolando fracture Segond fracture Shepherd’s fracture Side-swipe fracture Smith’s fracture Stieda fracture Straddle fracture Tillaux-Chaput avulsion fracture Wagstaffe-Le Fort avulsion fracture Volkmann avulsion fracture Orthopedic classifications Bado classifi The Tree of Andry Orthopedic surgery is the branch of surgery concerned with conditions involving the musculoskeletal system.

Orthopedic surgeons use both surgical and nonsurgical means to treat musculoskeletal injuries, sports injuries, degenerative diseases, infections, bone tumours, and congenital limb deformities.

Trauma surgery and traumatology is a sub-specialty dealing with the operative management of fractures, major trauma and the multiply-injured patient. List excludes anatomical terminology covered in index of anatomy articles. A Colles’ fracture is a type of fracture of the distal forearm in which the broken end of the radius is bent backwards.

The —12 season in Swedish football, starting January and ending July Chauffeur’s fracture, also known as Hutchinson fracture, is a type of fracture of the forearm, specifically the radial styloid process.

The injury is typically caused by compression of the scaphoid bone of the hand against the styloid process of the distal radius. Treatment is often open reduction and internal fixation, which is surgical realignment of the bone fragments and fixation with pins, screws, or plates. The name originates from early chauffeurs who sustained these injuries when the car back-fired while the chauffeur was hand-cranking to start the car.

The back-fire forced the crank backward into the chauffeur’s palm and produced the characteristic styloid fracture. A Practical Approach, page Edition 4,Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. The Evangelical Covenant Church ECC is a pietistic[1] Christian denomination in the evangelical Protestant tradition of more than congregations and an average worship attendance ofpeople[2] in the United States and Canada with ministries on five continents.

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Colles’ fracture topic A Colles’ fracture is a type of fracture of the distal forearm in which the broken end of the radius is bent backwards.

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