displaced fracture

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Noun1.displaced fracture - fracture in which the two ends of the broken bone are separated from one another
fracture, break - breaking of hard tissue such as bone; "it was a nasty fracture"; "the break seems to have been caused by a fall"
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"It's not a bad break, it's a displaced fracture - I'm on the way to be able to punch again."
He said Hauxwell punched him once, causing a "small nick" in the first assault, and there was a mild displaced fracture in the second.
[USA], Aug 10 (ANI): There is nothing to be gained by operating on a patient with a so-called displaced fracture of the shoulder, says a recent study.
In a case report by Dhaniwala NS, Dhaniwala MN, they observed that conservative treatment in form of traction followed up with mobilization of hip can be tried with reasonable functional outcome in undisplaced/minimally displaced fracture acetabulum.
He was punched in the face by another man, Logan Russell, which knocked him unconscious and caused a complex, displaced fracture.
The aspiring bodybuilder required emergency surgery, and his injuries included a displaced fracture to his leg, a deep laceration down to the bone of his thigh, a fractured pelvis, ruptured spleen and severe bruising to his body.
She came off her bike, suffering a severely displaced fracture of her right leg, and later blamed Kirklees Council for the 2013 accident.
She put her hand out to stop her head hitting the wall at the bottom of the stairs and suffered a displaced fracture to her wrist and grazes on her back.
The Australian suffered a displaced fracture on the little finger of his right hand while fielding in the game against Chennai Super Kings on Sunday.
Previous research has shown that fixation failure in hip fractures ranges from 5% in peritrochanteric fractures through to 15% and 41% in undisplaced and displaced fractures of the femoral neck, respectively.14 Examples of failed cases included nonunion, loosening of internal fixation, osteonecrosis, traumatic arthritis, malunion, infection, etc.6 In this study, there were 32 patients with femoral neck fracture, of whom 23 had displaced fracture.
She was found to have a pain in the chest and was short of breath, had a displaced fracture of one of her right ribs, and she had bruising toan arm, elbow, abdomen and cheek bone.