A Manual of Orthopaedic Terminology, 6e by Carolyn Taliaferro Blauvelt

By Carolyn Taliaferro Blauvelt

A special compendium of phrases created in a dictionary structure for pros in orthopaedics. This easy-to-use structure permits the reader to discover specific names on the topic of affliction methods, radiographic strategies, and surgical difficulties. phrases are divided in accordance with orthopaedic subspecialty and every bankruptcy has been completely reviewed and increased to offer the most up-tp-date terminology in orthopaedics up to now!

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Type II: angle of fracture line is 50 degrees from the horizontal. Type III: angle of fracture line is 70 degrees from the horizontal. * Pauwels F. 27 Pipkin Classification for Hip Dislocations with Femoral Head Fracture* Based on location of fracture head and neck when associated with a posterior hip dislocation (type V Epstein Thompson); to determine prognosis for long-term outcome. Type I: posterior dislocation of the hip with fracture of the femoral head caudad to fovea centralis Type II: posterior dislocation of the hip with fracture of the femoral head cephalad to fovea centralis Type III: type I or II with femoral neck fracture Type IV: type I, II, or III with associated acetabular fracture Poland Classification for Childhood Fractures Involving Epiphysis† Entirely descriptive, written at time of development of radiographs.

Type 1: entirely through physis * Ogden JA. 26 A Manual of Orthopaedic Terminology 1A: undulates through provisional calcification of hypertrophic zone; no effect on growth 1B: more into degenerative cartilage zone and primary spongiosa; no effect on growth 1C: affects a portion of germinal layer of physis leading to bridging bar Type 2: through provisional calcification and hypertrophic zone with piece of metaphysis 2A: attached metaphyseal fragment 2B: comminuted metaphyseal fragment 2C: shorter metaphyseal fragment that traverses most of metaphysis 2D: similar to type 1C; affects germinal layer of physis with growth effect Type 3: fracture extends from articular surface through epiphysis up to, but not across, physis 3A: transverse fracture line entirely through physis 3B: transverse fracture line through spongiosa, leaving small portion of metaphysis with epiphysis 3C: local compression of physis 3D: nonarticular epiphysis such as ischial tuberosity Type 4: fracture extends from articular surface, through epiphysis and past physis to metaphysis 4A: basic transepiphyseal physeal fracture 4B: with line across portion of physis, similar to type 3 4C: involves nonarticular cartilaginous region such as proximal femur Type 5: affects germinal layer without bony fracture Type 6: involves zone of Ranvier (ring of cells at margin of physis from local contusion) Type 7: completely intraepiphyseal 7A: involves both articular cartilage and bone of secondary ossification center 7B: injury to cartilage growth surface on articular surface of epiphysis Type 8: injury to metaphyseal growth and remodeling mechanism Type 9: selective injury to diaphyseal growth mechanism, appositional Limitations: complexity.

Type 1: entirely through physis * Ogden JA. 26 A Manual of Orthopaedic Terminology 1A: undulates through provisional calcification of hypertrophic zone; no effect on growth 1B: more into degenerative cartilage zone and primary spongiosa; no effect on growth 1C: affects a portion of germinal layer of physis leading to bridging bar Type 2: through provisional calcification and hypertrophic zone with piece of metaphysis 2A: attached metaphyseal fragment 2B: comminuted metaphyseal fragment 2C: shorter metaphyseal fragment that traverses most of metaphysis 2D: similar to type 1C; affects germinal layer of physis with growth effect Type 3: fracture extends from articular surface through epiphysis up to, but not across, physis 3A: transverse fracture line entirely through physis 3B: transverse fracture line through spongiosa, leaving small portion of metaphysis with epiphysis 3C: local compression of physis 3D: nonarticular epiphysis such as ischial tuberosity Type 4: fracture extends from articular surface, through epiphysis and past physis to metaphysis 4A: basic transepiphyseal physeal fracture 4B: with line across portion of physis, similar to type 3 4C: involves nonarticular cartilaginous region such as proximal femur Type 5: affects germinal layer without bony fracture Type 6: involves zone of Ranvier (ring of cells at margin of physis from local contusion) Type 7: completely intraepiphyseal 7A: involves both articular cartilage and bone of secondary ossification center 7B: injury to cartilage growth surface on articular surface of epiphysis Type 8: injury to metaphyseal growth and remodeling mechanism Type 9: selective injury to diaphyseal growth mechanism, appositional Limitations: complexity.

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