bone fractures

bone fractures

Bone breaks may be partial (greenstick), with intact skin (simple), with penetration of the skin (compound) or with involvement of blood vessels or nerves (complicated). They may be transverse, oblique or spiral or the bone may be shattered (comminuted).
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Bone fractures are on the rise during the summer months.
[USA], May 21 (ANI): Diets high in soy foods are associated with a decreased risk of osteoporotic bone fractures in pre-menopausal breast cancer survivors according to a new study.
IANS | Beijing Habitual tea drinking can lead to higher bone density, particularly for women, and lower the risk of bone fractures, according to a prospective study of 450,000 adults by Chinese researchers.
KARACHI -- With steady surge in the incidence of diabetes across the globe bone fractures are also being increasingly discussed as the diabetes related condition.
In approximately 7-8% of these individuals, temporal bone fractures occur.
Contract notice: Osteosynthesis material for long bone fractures in MC Mutual Barcelona and Madrid clinics for Mutual Midat Cyclops, MCSS number 1
Temporal bone fractures: otic capsule sparing versus otic capsule violating clinical and radiographic considerations.
The victim, Mukhtiar aka Mansoor Mirjat, was brother of a local journalist, Ikhtiar Mirjat, who said Mukhtiar was going to their sister's house in the village when the assailants grabbed and took him to a banana orchard and beat him black and blue causing multiple bone fractures.
After seven years, the risk of bone fractures was no lower in the B vitamin takers.
Doctors said she sustained lacerations and bone fractures.
Summary: Boys who suffer from the chest condition are 30 per cent more likely to experience bone fractures
Objective of this study was to highlight the post-operative outcomes in ORIF of zygomatic bone fractures, by comparing two point versus three point fixation techniques, in Al-Qurayyat, Saudi Arabia, population.