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With regards to the distal ulna, four separate fracture patterns were observed: simple transverse or oblique fracture of the ulnar neck just proximal to the ulnar head (type A), fracture of the neck region with concomitant fracture of the tip of the ulnar styloid (type B), simple fracture of the ulnar head (type C), and comminuted fracture of the ulnar head (type D), (Figs.
Because of these anatomic differences, most of the fracture lines came as oblique fractures, which came in agreement with the clinical findings by Leif et al 2004 who demonstrate that the outcomes for frontal tooth impacts typically involve oblique crown fractures.
Comminuted fracture seen in 8 (32%) cases, oblique fracture seen in 5 (20%) cases and transverse fractures were seen in 3 (12%) cases (Table 2).
Further, these forces are mostly responsible for oblique fractures which could be a reason of high incidence of oblique fractures (52.
1996) who declared screw techniques as the weakest method of internal fixation for oblique fracture.
Transverse or short oblique fracture types, comminution, mid- or proximal-third fractures of the diaphysis, osteoporosis, alcoholism, and smoking have all been elucidated as possible risk factors.
An axial CT scan of the C2 vertebra revealed an oblique fracture of the right pars interarticularis and extension into the left vertebral foramen (Figure 2).
He suffered an oblique fracture to his right tibia which put him out of any sort of action for seven months.
The lateral radiographic image (Figs 1 and 2) revealed a soft tissue swelling around the left carpus and the radiolucency noted, consistent with a nondisplaced oblique fracture of the extensor process of the carpometacarpus.
In this system, type I describes an oblique fracture of the tip of the dens, type II is a fracture at the junction of the dens and the central body of the axis, and type III is a fracture in which the fracture line extends downward into the cancellous portion of the body of the axis [1].
The tooth 21 had an oblique fracture just above the cemento-enamel junction running from buccal to the palatal aspect of the root extending upto mid radicular area.
Some unstable oblique fracture of a PP can be treated by CR and percutaneous pinning with a K-wire inserted across the fracture.