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Atlas and Epitome of Traumatic Fractures and Dislocations (https://www.pinterest.com/pin/287386019949513892). Heinrich Helferich 1902, W.B. Saunders & Co.

Atlas and Epitome of Traumatic Fractures and Dislocations

Facial Fractures: post-mortem CT scan with 3D reconstruction extensive facial fractures jump from 40m bridge, landing face down. (Source: anilaggrawal.com)

Facial Fractures: post-mortem CT scan with reconstruction; extensive facial fractures due to a jump from bridge, landing face down.

Site: Guisborough Priory, Tees. Pd: Medieval. Excavator: Cleveland Archaeology The left tibia and fibula of skeleton 37 were also fractured, obliquely, probably at the same time as each other, and possibly at the same time as the humerus. Both were well healed but with slight displacement and a fair amount of callus and shortening.

Spoilheap - introduction to archaeology, medieval pottery, human skeletal remains and burial archaeology

trimalleolar fracture...both medial and lateral malleoli plus the posterior aspect of the tibia

both medial and lateral malleoli plus the posterior aspect of the tibia. Hmm that picture looks familiar. 13 screws and 2 plates, and lots of removed bone fragments.

Unhealed spiral fracture to the right femur of a 26–35 year old male from the Royal London Hospital

Unhealed spiral fracture to the right femur of a year old male from the Royal London Hospital

Corporal G.H. Swift, Company C, 18th Massachusetts, was injured at the battle of Chancellorsville, Va. on May 3, 1863, when a musket ball fractured the top of his skull. Surgeons attempted to trephine the wound but halted the procedure upon discovering that the inner surface of the skull was not fractured. Corporal Swift died on May 17.

Corporal G. Swift, Company C, Massachusetts, was injured at the battle of Chancellorsville, Va. on May when a musket ball fractured the top of his skull. Surgeons attempted to trephine the wound but halted the procedure upon discovering th

distal femur fracture classification

distal femur fracture classification

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