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SPONTANEOUS FRACTURE OF THE FEMORAL NECK FOLLOWING PFN REMOVAL
(ATHA COMUNICACAO & EDITORA, 2009)
Femoral neck fracture without associated trauma following consolidation of a transtrochanteric fracture is a rare event. The authors report a case of transtrochanteric fracture that was treated with PFN and which presented ...
Simplified access for reduction and fixation of a frontal bone fracture
The frontal bone fractures occur very often in service units in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Bicoronal access is the most common for the surgical treatment of frontal bone fractures. However, patients are surprised when ...
A geostatistical approach to estimating the parameters of a 3D Cox-Boolean discrete fracture network from 1D and 2D sampling observations
(Elsevier Ltd, 2019)
© 2018 Elsevier Ltd This work addresses the problem of parameter inference in the Cox-Boolean discrete fracture network model, in which the fractures are represented by flat discs with random orientations and diameters ...
The clinical characteristics of patients with hip fractures in typical locations and atypical femoral fractures.
The pathophysiology of atypical fractures is unknown. We compared characteristics of patients with atypical femoral fractures and hip fractures in typical locations of the femur. Patients with atypical fracture reported a ...
State-of-the-Art in Ankle Fracture Management in Chile.
(Elsevier Inc., 2016)
he ankle represents the most commonly injured weightbearing joint in the human body. They are typically the result of low-energy, rotational injury mechanisms. However, ankle fractures represent a spectrum of injury patterns ...
Experimental Analysis of Fracture Processes in Concrete
(The Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences, 2001)