ankle fracture

An ankle fracture is commonly known as a broken ankle. There is a huge spectrum of injury from those that are very minor and need no treatment to those which require multiple surgeries.

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acetabular (hip socket) fracture

An acetabular fracture is a break of the hip socket. These fractures usually result from high energy injuries such as car accidents in younger patients and most often from falls in the elderly patient.

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distal femur (thigh bone) fracture

A distal femur fracture is a break of the thigh bone just above the knee. It can result in cracks that extend into the knee joint itself.

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forearm fracture

The forearm is made up of two bones, the radius and the ulna. These can either be broken separately or together. This can occur in patients of all ages from a variety of traumatic causes.

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humeral shaft (upper arm) fracture

A humeral shaft fracture is a break of the upper arm bone. This occurs along the long portion of the bone between the shoulder and elbow joints.

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hip fracture

A hip fracture is a break of the top part of the femur or thigh bone.

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patella fracture (knee cap)

A patella fracture is a broken knee cap. This is the oval bone in front of your knee. This usually results from a direct blow or a fall onto a bent knee.

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proximal humerus (shoulder) fracture

A proximal humerus fracture also referred to as a humeral head fracture, is a break of the shoulder at the top of the upper arm bone.

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pelvis fracture

A pelvis fracture is a break of the ring of bones that connect your spine to the hips.

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tibial plateau (lower leg) fracture

A tibial plateau fracture is a break of the larger lower leg bone below the knee that breaks into the knee joint itself.

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tibial shaft (shin bone) fracture

A tibial shaft fracture is a break of the larger lower leg bone below the knee joint.

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wrist (distal radius) fracture

A distal radius fracture is a break of the larger bone of the wrist. This can occur in patients of all ages from a variety of traumatic causes.

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scapula (shoulder blade) fracture

A scapula fracture is a broken shoulder blade. This is the triangular bone at the back of the shoulder. This usually results from high energy trauma such as a car accident.

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clavicle (collarbone) fractures

A clavicle fracture is a broken collarbone. This can occur in patients of all ages from a variety of traumatic causes, and is a very common injury.

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elbow fracture

The elbow is a joint made up of 3 bones: the distal humerus, the olecranon and the radial head. Any or all of these bones can be broken.

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femur shaft fractures

A femoral shaft fracture is a break of the thigh bone between the hip and the knee.

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