Complicated fracture

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(Surg.) a fracture of the bone combined with the lesion of some artery, nervous trunk, or joint.

See also: Fracture

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Mr Allen suffered a burst eardrum, complicated fracture to his paralysed left arm and head to toe bruising, the court heard.
Having been assessed by the Ascot vets, Beat The Bank was found to have sustained a complicated fracture and had to be euthanised.
The hydraulic fractures are usually multiscale and contact with natural fractures to form a complicated fracture network.
The operational failures as usually occur due to various causes and show complicated fracture character.
He has complicated fracture of the left femoral bone.
The morphology of complicated fracture networks created by volume fracturing can be estimated by determining the mechanical mechanism and propagation behavior of hydraulically induced fractures before, during, and after intersecting with natural fractures.
In case of complicated fracture, superficial over contouring of the restorative material over the fracture line and pulp chamber.
He suffered a complicated fracture which kept him away from the river for three years.