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  • Common FracturesAmelia A Adams MDMartin I Boyer MD

  • SUMMARYDescribe location of fractureDescribe probable mechanismDescribe displacementUnderstand reasons for operative treatment of fracturesKnow common eponyms

  • LEG

  • Inter trochLocation?High energy or low energy fracture?Varus or valgus?Avascular necrosis or not?Natural history with/without operative fixation?

  • Inter troch -fixed

  • Fem neckLocation?High energy or low energy fracture?Varus or valgus?Avascular necrosis or not?Natural history with/without operative fixation?

  • Fem neck - fixedComment on alignment, fixation?

  • seg femurDiagnosis?High energy or low energy?Varus or valgus?Procurvatum or recurvatum (or neither)?Deforming forces (muscles)?Natural history with or without operative treatment?Complications?

  • seg femurDiagnosis?High energy or low energy?Varus or valgus?Procurvatum or recurvatum (or neither)?Deforming forces (muscles)?Natural history with or without operative treatment?Complications?

  • TibiaDiagnosis?High energy or low energy?Natural history with or without operative treatment?Complications?

  • Tibia - fixed

  • tibia - openDiagnosis?High energy or low energy?Natural history with or without operative treatment?Complications?

  • tibia - openfixed

  • lateral mal = boyersDiagnosis?Mechanism of injury? What is fractured?What is torn?Operative or non-operative treatment?

  • PELVIS

  • Pelvis: open bookDiagnosis?High energy or low energy?Which hemipelvis is displaced?Natural history with or without operative treatment?Complications (acute and subacute)?

  • Pelvis: open book - fix

  • acetabulm, ramusDiagnosis?High energy or low energy?Mechanism of injury?What are common associated injuries?Complications (acute and subacute)?Treatment (operative or non-operative)?

  • post dislocationDiagnosis?High energy or low energy?Mechanism of injury?What are common associated injuries?Complications (acute and subacute)?Treatment (operative or non-operative)?

  • olecranonDiagnosis?Mechanism of injury?Which nerve is nearby?Why is this fracture treated operatively?

  • olecranon - fix

  • prox humDiagnosis?High energy or low energy injury?ID coracoid, acromion, scapular bodyAnterior or posterior to glenoid?Reduction maneuver?

  • Diagnosis?Varus or valgus?Nerve at greatest risk of injury?Operate or not?

  • Hum shaft Diagnosis?High energy or low energy?Operative or non-operative treatment?Is past medical history important?Differential diagnosis for lesion?

  • EPONYMS

  • DR

  • BBFx

  • ulna - nondis

  • buckle

  • SUMMARYDescribe location of fractureDescribe probable mechanismDescribe displacementUnderstand reasons for operative treatment of fracturesKnow common eponyms

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