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Patients aged from 15 to 59 years old with a determined fractures diagnosis were included in this study.
Fractures (broken bones) occurred twice as often in HIV-positive men 50 to 59 years old as in HIV-negative men that age, according to results of a large US comparison.
We aimed to report the incidence and types of distal ulnar head and neck fractures associated with distal radius fractures and compare outcomes in operatively versus non-operatively treated patients.
Background: The incidence of tibial fractures is increasing.
The purpose of this study is to understand the geometric relationship of fractures to the Thatti-Nasrati bend.
The purpose of the study was to analyze etiology and localization of midfacial fractures treated at teaching hospital of University College of dentistry, The University of Lahore.
Subjects and Methods: Total 56 patients of 20-60 years age of both genders with comminuted and open fractures of metacarpal or phalanges bone of the hand, Swanson's Type-I were included by non-probability, consecutive sampling.
A total of 162 patients (176 feet) who underwent calcaneal fractures between 2007 and 2012 were included.
It is thought that it is important not only to simulate deformation of vehicle structures but also to simulate and evaluate fractures in joints, including RSW [2,9].
Paediatric diaphyseal fractures of the radius and ulna are the third most common fracture in the paediatric population and account for 13-40% of all paediatric fractures.
One of the most widely accepted classifications for odontoid fractures is that of Anderson and D'Alonzo.
Giving bone-strengthening medication routinely to all elderly women who sustain a wrist fracture would reduce subsequent hip fractures by about a quarter, but at a cost of more than $200,000 per prevented fracture, a study showed.