angulated fracture

angulated fracture

[ang′gyəlā′tid]
a fracture in which the fragments of bone are at angles to one another.
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It results from a markedly comminuted and dorsally angulated fracture.
A dorsally angulated fracture effectively shifts the load on the dorsal aspect of the wrist joint at all radiocarpal articulations.
Type 1 Anterior dislocation of the radial head with an anteriorly angulated fracture of the ulnar diaphysis Equivalent: Fracture of the ulnar diaphysis and fracture of the radial head or neck 2 Posterior or posterolateral dislocation of the radial head with a posteriorly angulated fracture of the ulnar diaphysis Equivalent: Posterior dislocation of the elbow with a posteriorly angulated fracture of the ulnar diaphysis and fracture of the radial head or neck 3 Lateral or anterolateral dislocation of the radial head and fracture of the proximal ulnar metaphysis 4 Anterior dislocation of the radial head with a proximal third diaphyseal fracture of both bones of the forearm Fig.