refracture


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refracture

(riːˈfræktʃə)
vb (tr)
(Medicine) med to fracture (a bone that has already been broken)
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Verb1.refracture - break (a bone) that was previously broken but mended in an abnormal way; "The surgeon had to refracture her wrist"
fracture - break (a bone); "She broke her clavicle"
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The difficulty of treatment lies in the weak healing power at the fracture site, a tendency to refracture after treatment, and the difficulty of stabilizing small osteoporotic bone fragments in small children.
Ulna angulation: all < 2010 (13) 10[degrees] Radial angulation: 11 with 10[degrees] to 20[degrees], 2 with > 20[degrees] of angulation 1 refracture of both bones Alnaib et al.
5) report on 1049 patients with the overall complication rate of 18%; of the 245 patients in this group, the most common reasons for reoperation were nonunion (24%), refracture (24%), aseptic loosening (21%), and recurrent dislocation (16%).
External fixation causes high rate of pin tract infections and chance of refracture after removal of fixator.
You don't want him to refracture it and then end up with Fernando needing surgery, because a sixweek injury can then become a six-month injury.
Pharmacological therapies or drugs used for the treatment for osteoporosis are generally classified as antiresorptive (helping to prevent bone breakdown) or anabolic (increasing bone mass) to prevent fracture or refracture.
He found three to be 12 to 36 hours old, with a further refracture of one of the older ones.
The BuriedArray when calibrated by the 3D seismic, will become a life-of-field asset for 4D reservoir monitoring and refracture imaging.
When calibrated by the 3D seismic, the BuriedArray will become a life-of-field asset for 4D reservoir monitoring and refracture imaging.
The compliance with bisphosphonate also influence the efficacy of pharmacotherapy, and some researches had confirmed that the refracture rate for patients with >80% compliance was significantly lower than that less than 80% compliance.
2mm from the incisal edge on lingual aspect of the specimen and the hammer was released to refracture the sample (Fig 7).
sup][1],[4] In order to avoid another operation for hardware removal and its potential-associated risks such as refracture, bioabsorbable plates, and screws were developed.