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Greenstick Fracture Picture

Greenstick Fracture

Greenstick Fracture Definition A greenstick fracture typically occurs in children. Greenstick fractures are incomplete fractures of long bones and  are commonly … [Read More...]

Xray of Kienbock Disease

What is Kienbock Disease

Kienbock disease is osteochondrosis of lunate bone. It is also referred to as lunatomalacia, as coined by Robert Kienbock, a Viennese radiologist Robert Kienbock in 1910. … [Read More...]





MRI image of Preiser

Preiser Disease – Presentation and Treatment

Preiser disease is avascular necrosis of the scaphoid bone. Avascular necrosis of the carpal bones is a rare and  can affect the lunate, the pisiform, the capitate, and the scaphoid. Preiser disease was described by Preiser in 1910. He described this  in 5 patients, all with previous history of wrist trauma, and scaphoid fractures in 3 of them. The diagnosis is … [Read More...]


Xrays Of Fracture of Humerus

A collection of xrays of fracture of humerus in adult skeleton are being presented and would be upadated regularly. Image 1 - Xray of Fracture of Upper End of Humerus Following image depicts an xray of 5 years old woman who suffered fracture of humerus after a trivial fall. Image 2 - Xray of Fracture of Humerus Operated With Low Contact Direct Compression Plate and … [Read More...]


Intertrochanteric Femur Fracture Xrays

Intertrochanteric femur fractures are typically osteoporotic fractures and are more common in elderly people. they are more commonly reslut of of insufficient trauma. Usual history is that of fall from standing height. Slippery floors or bathrooms are added factors. Image 1 - Xray of Comminuted Intertrochanteric Femur Fracture Following image is an xray of … [Read More...]

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