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  • talus fracture
  • Reconstruction after a talus fracture poses the greater surgical challenge if restoration of the articular surfaces is precluded secondary to comminution . (faoj.org)
  • unstable fractures
  • Restoration of blood flow should always take priority over skeletal injury management, either by temporary shunting to allow stabilization of unstable fractures and/or dislocations prior to definitive arterial repair, or by immediate definitive arterial repair when the skeletal injury is stable and not significantly displaced. (east.org)
  • greenstick
  • greenstick fractures occur only in the flexible bones of young children and are incomplete breaks: they may be compared with the breaks produced on the concave side of a green sapling by bending it like an archer's bow. (daviddarling.info)
  • vertebral
  • Then bone screws are administered into the injured vertebral body through its vertebral arch roots which reduces secondary fragment dislocation risk. (romj.org)
  • During an X-ray imaging the L 1 vertebral body compression and comminuted fracture ( Figure 2а) has been revealed. (romj.org)
  • A fracture line crossed upper and lower endplates (type А in F. Denis classification), and as a result big vertebral body ventral fragment formed ( Figure 2b). (romj.org)
  • The complex vertebral anatomy and ligamentous structures are to be included into the fracture classification making it difficult to classify. (ijsonline.co.in)
  • talar
  • This case report describes the successful treatment of a severely comminuted talar fracture dislocation with primary talectomy and tibio-calcaneal arthrodesis. (faoj.org)
  • Clinical experience of talar fracture assessment and management is limited by their infrequent incidence, which is further exacerbated by the numerous sub-classifications of fracture, as previously alluded to. (faoj.org)