Dorsal Barton fracture is a variation of dorsal radiocarpal …
Dorsal Barton fractures may be better described as variants of dorsal radiocarpal dislocations. We aimed to better characterize these fractures by reviewing 111 patients in the ICUC® dataset who had a dorsally displaced, intra-articular distal radius fracture.
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Volar Rim and Barton’s Fracture
Volar rim and volar or dorsal Barton’s fractures are considered among marginal articular shearing type fractures. In the case of these marginal fractures, the shearing mechanism and obliquity of the fracture line result in volar and proximal subluxation of the carpus.
Barton fracture – volar type
Volar type Barton fracture represents an intra-articular distal radial fracture with volar displacement. There is an interarticular oblique comminuted fracture of the distal radius, with volar displacement. The reminder contemplated bones are unremarkable in
The Barton fracture consists of an intraarticular fracture of the dorsal margin of the distal radius. The fracture line is oblique and extends to the radiocarpal joint. The fracture results from a fall on an outstretched hand.
Barton’s fracture () Concepts Injury or Poisoning (T037) ICD10 S52.56 SnomedCT 54645004 Dutch Barton’s breuk, Barton; fractuur, fractuur; Barton French Fracture de Barton German Barton-Fraktur Italian Frattura di Barton Portuguese Fractura de Barton Spanish
Barton’s fracture 1. 68 yo female presents after T 97.6 P 98 BP 159/86 O2 slipping and falling while 97% getting out of the shower. Gen: In obvious pain but …
(PDF) Neglected Volar Barton fracture dislocation
Barton fracture dislocations are relatively uncommon injuries. Two studies have 64 focused on the prevalence of marginal, shearing-type fracture-dislocations in relationship 65
Fracture of the Distal Radius: Epidemiology and Premanagement Radiographic Characterization
· PDF 檔案fracture in 1847, which has been accepted as a re-verse or volar form of the Colles fracture [8, 9] (Fig. 2). John Rhea Barton described the Barton fracture in 1838, with the definition refined later by Hamilton in 1860. This fracture entails either dorsal or volar
Smith’s Fracture is a fracture of the distal end of the radius caused by a fall on the back of the hand (flexed), resulting in a volar displacement of the fractured fragment. It is also known as a reverse Colles fracture. The Smith’s fracture was named by Irish surgeon Robert William Smith in 1847, however, this injury was first named for French Physician Jean-Gaspard-Blaise Goyrand (1746-1814
Constitutive model for rock fractures: Revisiting …
· Barton (1971) indicated that model tension fractures representing prototype fracture lengths from 225 cm up to 2925 cm required approximately 1% displacement to reach peak shear strength (δ peak = 0.01L).In addition, Barton and Choubey (1977) suggested 1% as a “rule-of-thumb” for discontinuities’ peak shear strain, based on the overall mean obtained for 136 specimen (δ peak = …
Barton’s fracture synonyms, Barton’s fracture …
Synonyms for Barton’s fracture in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Barton’s fracture. 47 synonyms for fracture: break, split, crack, cleft, opening, split, crack, gap
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