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Colles’ Fracture: Frykman Classification I

Shogan PJS - MedPix (2008)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Colles’ Fracture: Frykman Classification I

History: 53 yo female s/p fall on outstretched hand with pain in her wrist and forearm.

Findings: Transverse fracture extending from the volar to the dorsal surface of the distal portion of the radius, accompanied by impaction, and marked dorsal angulation and dorsal displacement of the distal radius, without intra-articular involvement. The radius is foreshortened secondary to bayonnet-type displacement. No ulnar styloid process fracture is identified.

Dxhow: Frontal, lateral, and oblique radiographs of the wrist.

No MeSH data available.


Transverse fracture extending from the volar to the dorsal surface of the distal portion of the radius, accompanied by impaction, and marked dorsal angulation and dorsal displacement of the distal radius, without intra-articular involvement.
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Colles’ Fracture: Frykman Classification I

Shogan PJS - MedPix (2008)

Transverse fracture extending from the volar to the dorsal surface of the distal portion of the radius, accompanied by impaction, and marked dorsal angulation and dorsal displacement of the distal radius, without intra-articular involvement.
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MPX1572_synpic38124: Transverse fracture extending from the volar to the dorsal surface of the distal portion of the radius, accompanied by impaction, and marked dorsal angulation and dorsal displacement of the distal radius, without intra-articular involvement.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Colles’ Fracture: Frykman Classification I

History: 53 yo female s/p fall on outstretched hand with pain in her wrist and forearm.

Findings: Transverse fracture extending from the volar to the dorsal surface of the distal portion of the radius, accompanied by impaction, and marked dorsal angulation and dorsal displacement of the distal radius, without intra-articular involvement. The radius is foreshortened secondary to bayonnet-type displacement. No ulnar styloid process fracture is identified.

Dxhow: Frontal, lateral, and oblique radiographs of the wrist.

No MeSH data available.