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Transverse fracture humerus - ao12A3 - AP

Transverse humerus fracture

Santiago Domènech & José Manuel Alarcia, Hospital Central Fraternidad, Madrid, Spain


Transverse fracture humerus - ao12A3 - lateral

Transverse humerus fracture

Santiago Domènech & José Manuel Alarcia, Hospital Central Fraternidad, Madrid, Spain


Weber C fracture-dislocation of the ankle

Weber C fracture-dislocation of left ankle: AP X-ray

HUS Radiology department


Weber C fracture-dislocation of the ankle

Weber C fracture-dislocation of left ankle: Lateral X-ray

HUS Radiology department


Shoulder fracture-dislocation

Fracture-dislocation of the shoulder (Goss 2)


Vascular Damage Control 3

Vascular damage control for supracondylar femur fracture

Luis Filipe Pinheiro Hospital São Teotónio-Viseu Portugal


Baby with broken femur

EMT Sedin Popara, Emergency medical service Sarajevo

Dr Vedad Herenda, Emergeny medical service, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina


Alternative to dental implants in the infant patient: A case report of a fractured tooth

Sequential views and radiographs of fractured tooth.

Hector R. Martinez, Manuel de la Rosa, Eduardo Garcia Luna and Gerardo Rivera


Cervicotrochanteric Fracture

A cervicotrochanteric fracture, What is the treatment of choice?

Dr Ashish Khandelwal


A lower leg fracture with arterial injury

Fractured tibia and fibula

R.N. Jaime E. Castellanos, Venezuela


Articles

The Ideal Pelvic Binder

What's important in a pelvic binder?

Karim Brohi, London, UK, April 17, 2008

Pelvic binders have replaced external fixation for the immediate stablization of pelvic ring fractures.  This article describes the features to look for, and avoid, in choosing a pelvic binder.

Management of Exsanguinating Pelvis Injuries

An algorithm for the management of exsanguinating pelvic trauma

Karim Brohi, London, UK, May 20, 2008

Severe pelvic injuries associated with disruption of pelvic vasculature carry an extremely high mortality.  A directed approach to management can significantly improve survival in this critical patient group.

Standards for the management of open fractures of the lower limb

BOAST Guidelines from the British Orthopaedic Association and the British Association of Plastic & Aesthetic Surgeons

Karim Brohi, London, UK, February 06, 2010

New comprehensive, evidence based guidelines on the management of open fractures should lead to reorganisation of service delivery and a more comprehensive approach to these potentially catastrophic injuries.

Case Presentations

Angiographic Coiling for Pelvic Haemorrhage

Classic Case

, November 28, 2006

Angiographic Coiling for Pelvic Haemorrhage

Karim Brohi

London, England

Case Presentation
A 47 year old man is brought to the trauma centre having had a wall collapse…

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