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There are 6 ways that fractures in children differ from fractures in adults. It is important to choose a pediatric specialist to treat your child's broken bone.

Toddler's fracture - a nice example of a Toddler's fracture that is only visible on the AP view. Highlights the importance of taking orthogonal views in radiography. Read more:

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Salter–Harris fracture TYPE III - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Child with multiple fractures without trauma or family history of osteogenesis imperfecta.

Salter–Harris fracture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Supracondylar fractures are a classic paediatric injury which requires vigilance as imaging findings can be subtle, but not this one! Classification of supracondylar fractures is relatively straightforward and based on three types 6-7: •type I: undisplaced •type II: displaced with intact cortex •type III: complete displacement Read more: