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skull voc

skull voc final

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a fx in which the bone does not break through simple fracture(closed fx)
a fx in which the bone protrudes through the skin compound fracture(open fx)
this fx does not traverse through entire bone.It is most common in children incomplete fracture(partial fx)
what are the two major types of incomplete fx's torus and greenstick
this buckle of the cortex is characterized by localized expansion or torus of the of the cortex.no complete break in the cortex torus fx
fracture is on one side only greenstick fx(hickory or willow stick)
Created by: ambey