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  • Vickie Haynes

    The way the fx is & yes, bone density. I am a nurse in a Family Practice group , licensed in Dexa & Xray for 20 years,.

  • Vickie Haynes

    So sorry to hear about your injury! You must have been a wonderful nurse. Hope you are having fun!

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Birth fracture - clavicle fracture: The lungs and pleural spaces are clear, but there is a left clavicle fracture and left sided rib fractures secondary to birth trauma.

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Open Book Fracture: One specific kind of pelvic fracture is known as an 'open book' fracture. This is often the result from a heavy impact to the groin (pubis), a common motorcycling accident injury. In this kind of injury, the left and right halves of the pelvis are separated at front and rear, the front opening more than the rear, i.e. like opening a book. Depending on the severity, this may require surgical reconstruction.

Monteggia fracture X-ray of right forearm showing ulnar fracture and radial dislocation