By Seyed Behrooz Mostofi
This ebook is dedicated to the outline of the main frequent classifications of the main widespread fractures in medical perform. This publication can be very valuable firstly for the trauma citizens but additionally for more matured trauma surgeons. for every kind of fracture one or a number of classifications are defined. All classifications are illustrated by means of a truly transparent and straightforward drawing. This version will contain new classifications and classifications that experience won attractiveness within the final three years, leading to 25% new material.
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Lateral compression (LC): Transverse fractures of the pubic rami, ipsilateral or contralateral to posterior injury. Type I: Sacral compression on the side of impact Type II: Posterior iliac wing fracture (crescent) on the side of impact Type III: LC-I or LC-II injury on the side of impact; contralateral open book injury 2. 5 cm of symphyseal diastasis; vertical fractures of one or both pubic rami intact posterior ligaments. 5 cm of symphyseal diastasis; widening of sacroiliac joint due to anterior sacroiliac ligament disruption; disruption of the sacrotuberous, sacrospinous, and symphyseal ligaments with intact posterior sacroiliac ligaments result in “open book” injury with internal and external rotational instability; vertical stability is maintained.