Cuong Pho DPT, Joe Godges DPT Loma Linda U DPT Program KPSoCal Ortho PT Residency 1 Colles' Fracture Description : A Colles' fracture refers to an extra-articular, transverse fracture of the distal radial shaft.
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COLLES’ FRACTURE ▲GENERAL INFORMATION DIAGNOSIS Colles’ fracture is a fracture of the wrist usually caused x The diagnosis usually can be made by taking a
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THE WRIST 23 THE WRIST 118 Colles' Fracture: mountain or mole hill? This is the unbelievable fracture. It appears simple, yet, is complex. Here the pin would appear contraindicated, yet it is unbelievably effective.
614 w.P. COONEY, III, J. H. DOBYNS, AND R. L. LINSCHEID TABLE I COMPLICATIONS OF COLLES' FRACTURE ACCORDING TO TREATMENT METHODS Frykman No. of No. of Anesthesia Type Complications Patients Local Block/General Unknown Immobilization Cast Pins Unknown I 12 9 3 3 3 8 1 0 II 14 10 7 1 2 9 1 0 III 2 ...
Colles' fracture is a relatively uncommon presentation to a chiropractic office. A case of a 74-year-old woman complaining of pain, loss of strength and diminished range of motion in her left wrist is presented.
SÜKRÜ AYDOG* DILEK KESKIN* BEHICE ÖGÜT* SUMMARY: Colles' fracture is a common type of injury. In order to improve hand, wrist and elbow functions
Colles’ fracture, screening is extremely important. REFERENCES Altizer-Salvagno Center for Joint Surgery, Robinwood Medical Center, Hagerstown, MD.
www.askdoctorclarke.com 1 Colles' Fracture Epidemiology • Very common fracture • Usually due to falling onto outstretched hand • Whether a fracture occurs depends on the force of fall and strength of bone • Most common with osteoporosis- hence commonest in middle aged and elderly females ...