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In the present study, 6 cases of Gr III b compound fracture tibia were treated with Ilizarov, out of which 3 cases are proximal 1/3rd tibia fractures and 3 cases are middle 1/3rd fractures associated with some comminution and some insignificant bone loss.
The woman sustained a compound fracture to her right ankle and a fracture of her left ankle in the accident.
Alice Ord, 95, suffered a compound fracture of her upper arm bone after <Bfalling over on Northumberland Street in Newcastle
Yet no suitable treatment is available for compound fracture in large animals even at institute levels.
ON August 15 I fell and suffered a compound fracture to my right ankle.
Winger Charnley sustained a compound fracture in his finger in the opening moments of yesterday's 28-18 win over Leeds, while prop forward Mossop suffered a dislocated shoulder shortly after entering the action as a substitute.
Lister J 1886 Compound fracture of the humerus implicating the elbow joint: recovery with useful joint.
ADAM WEDGE, who suffered a compound fracture of his lower right leg at Fakenham on Monday when kicked by a runner down at the start, was reported by trainer Evan Williams to have undergone surgery to pin his leg yesterday, writes David Baxter.
Ramsey has not played since suffering a compound fracture of his right leg against Stoke in February.
The 31-year-old Fiat Yamaha rider finished an incredible fourth at the Sachsenring circuit just six weeks after suffering an horrific compound fracture of his right shin during practice for the Italian Grand Prix at Mugello.
The 31-year-old Italian star intends to be back on his bike for this weekend's round of racing in Germany after fully recovering from the compound fracture.
Leg amputations in deer typically occur due to severe trauma, such as from a vehicle collision or a compound fracture of the leg.