secondary fracture

pathologic fracture

A fracture that would not otherwise occur were it not for pathological weakening of the bone due to osteoporosis, metastasis, infection, metabolic disorders or other systemic or local disease.
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of hard and semi-rigid formations, from the areas of the heads of sections 1, 2 and 3 of section 7 of the south mine mine, as described in the technical specifications of the project (4.2 km transport distance measured on plan, based on proposed route and average weight 0% slope); 4) work of 4,000 hp = 400 hp propeller for the removal of high volume hard formations resulting from blasting, as well as for other operations in the south field mine; 5) 1,500 hp excavator work and =6,5 m 3 bucket excavator for various operations in the south mine area; 6) work of 2,000 hp horsepower =100 hp for secondary fracture hardening in the south mine area.
In the treatment of TFs with proximal nailing, the most frequent complications are varus collapse of the proximal femur, cut-out of the lag screw, shortening of the femur, nonunion, secondary fracture of the femur or greater trochanter, thigh pain, screw fracture, and Z-effect or reverse Z-effect of nails with two lag screws (20,21).
The 40-member group that developed the recommendations, called the ASBMR Secondary Fracture Prevention Initiative Coalition, includes the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists/American College of Endocrinology, the Endocrine Society, the American College of Rheumatology, the American College of Physicians, the American Geriatrics Society, the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
Older men could be at three-fold higher risk of sustaining a secondary fracture within a year of the first, but even moderate physical activity can help prevent as well as boost their bone strength, two separate studies show.
[USA], Oct 1 ( ANI ): According to researchers, men have a three-fold higher risk of sustaining a secondary fracture within one year of a first fracture compared to those who did not.
New York Older men could be at three-fold higher risk of sustaining a secondary fracture within a year of the first, but even moderate physical activity can help prevent as well as boost their bone strength, two separate studies show.
Studies have shown these medications are effective at boosting bone density and preventing a second fracture after a woman has experienced a fracture once before (called a secondary fracture).
Moreover, a secondary fracture is induced in the maximum principal stress direction and connects with other secondary parallel fractures.
According to Norris et al., the overall reported incidence of secondary fracture around the nail was 1.7%.
In this paper, we built a dual-porosity-based numerical model that is capable of considering the above special flow mechanisms to investigate contributions of free and adsorbed gas to the total production and the effect of the matrix permeability, the number of hydraulic fracturing stages, the conductivity of primary hydraulic fractures, half-length of primary hydraulic fractures, and the conductivity and development level of secondary fracture network on the recovery factors in SRV and non-SRV regions according to the field data collected from a shale gas field in Sichuan Basin.
(1) Intramedullary Nail (IMN) functions as an internal splint that allows secondary fracture healing.
Fragility fractures are a significant public health issue and treatment of osteoporosis has been found to be effective in reducing morbidities, such as secondary fracture prevention [18, 19].