c – Comminuted fracture associated with a third- degree contusion. Other types of fractures are: Complete, i.e. in which bone fragments separate completely; andFractures. Kenneth A. Egol, MD. Professor and Vice Chairman. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases New York University Medical
Fractures and Related Injuries. ◇ Types: location and mechanisms of injury. ◇ Classifications and grading. ◇ Radiologic vs. Clinical features.
Fracture is not exposed to the environment. • All fractures have some degree of soft tissue injury. • Commonly classified according to.
Handbook of fractures / Kenneth A. Egol, Kenneth J. Koval, Joseph D. Zuckerman. itim.nsw.gov.au/images/2/2b/Head_injury_CPG_full_report.pdf.