|orthobullets pediatric forearm fractures||0.36||1||2171||69|
|orthobullets both bone forearm pediatric||0.44||0.7||1894||34|
|both bone forearm fracture orthobullets peds||1.58||0.3||8121||27|
|both bone forearm pediatrics orthobullets||1.94||1||3531||98|
|orthobullets pediatric wrist fracture||0.87||0.2||3355||82|
|pediatric hand fracture orthobullets||0.65||0.6||7867||43|
|orthobullets pediatric finger fracture||1.99||1||131||14|
|orthobullets both bone forearm peds||1.37||0.5||2534||21|
|orthobullets pediatric elbow fracture||0.73||0.3||3650||86|
|orthobullets both bone forearm fracture||1.37||0.7||6720||10|
|orthobullets humerus fracture pediatric||0.34||0.3||7046||32|
Distal forearm fracture is a frequent and typical osteoporotic fracture seen in the clinical setting [50, 51]. Although its consequence is less serious than hip fracture, distal forearm fracture is associated with significant pain and may be associated with severe and long-term complications [52, 53].Can an adult have a buckle fracture?
Buckle fractures don't occur in adults because the adult bone is less elastic. A child's bone can withstand some deforming force, and therefore these incomplete fractures can occur. Adult bone is more like a porcelain plate that when it fails it cracks all the way through.Does your child have a forearm fracture?
Forearm fractures are the most common fractures in children (up to 50% of all fractures in children!) and occur in 1 out of every 100 children. The vast majority of these fractures can be treated with just a cast or splint, although some of them may need to be reset to improve the alignment of the bones.Is a transverse fracture a fracture straight across the bone?
Transverse Fracture complete fracture that is straight across the bone at right angles to the long axis of the bone Spiral Fracture a fracture in which the bone has been broken with a twisting force Oblique Fracture a bone fracture when the break runs in an oblique (slanted) direction.