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Medico-legal aspects of fractures and associated soft tissue damage
|Statement||by Ben Bernstein.|
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|Pagination||57 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||57|
Electrical injuries can be separated into three main groups. 1. Direct tissue damage caused by current 2. thermal damage from conversion of electrical to thermal injury 3. traumatic injuries from muscular contractions causing bone fractures or injuries from falls. In this book we have divided hand fractures into finger bones, thumb bones and carpal bones. We address both fractures and dislocations. We are not addressing the important topics of either the common soft tissue injuries e.g. tendon injuries or complex soft tissue injuries requiring fasciotomies, debridement or soft tissue coverage.
Head fractures Neck and spinal injuries Crush injury Chest injuries Soft tissue injuries. There are bones in the human body and over muscles. Bones and muscles work together to provide strength, support, protection and movement to the human body. When stressed or damaged, the body’s ability to move is affected. Sometimes severe. Injury to the surrounding soft tissue is usually extensive. If two bones lie adjacent to each other, both are involved. Eg- fracture of tibia and fibula in RTA. Penetrating fracture It results from applications of a large force over a small area. Eg- Bullet injury to a bone. Both tissue damage and the comminuted type of fracture.
Therefore the pattern of dental injuries may be. 1. Extra oral. Facial injuries in the form of either abrasion, bruise, laceration, incised wound & punctured wound. Fracture: Nasal Bone / Facial Bones. 2. Oral a) Soft tissue Include contusion or laceration to the inner side of lip, gingival mucosa, tongue, soft plate & uvula. Physical Exam: Tenderness, swelling, and bruising are often present. A displaced fracture is usually associated with deformity. Low-energy fractures may be associated with mild discomfort and no deformity. High-energy fractures have the greatest risk of neurovascular, soft tissue or joint damage.
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Bone fractures and soft tissue injuries can cause excruciating, long-lasting pain as well as life-altering disabilities. Further medical complications or surgeries may be necessary years later, and these types of injuries can cause permanent scarring.
Pathophysiology and Medico-legal aspects of fractures and associated soft tissue damage book of Soft Tissue Injuries Associated with Fractures.
H.-J. Oestern, H. Tscherne. Pages Pages Results of the Treatment of Open Fractures, Aspects of Antibiotic Therapy. Rojczyk. Pages The Treatment of Closed Fractures with Soft Tissue Injuries.
Tscherne, M. Rojczyk About this book. Ankle fractures account for % of all fractures, 6 over 50% of traumatic foot and ankle fractures, 9 and are the 4 th most common fracture in the elderly.
7 The incidence in the adult population is dependent upon multiple factors, including age, sex, specific sport, and competitive level in athletics. 5 Mean patient age, depending on the. tibial plateau fracture soft tissue injury fracture blister Abstract Tibial plateau fractures or knee fracture–dislocations often result from trauma or sporting injuries.
Given the subcutaneousposition of thekneeand upper tibia, without much intervening soft tissue, any such injury can be associated with signiﬁcant soft tissue damage. FRACTURES, DISLOCATIONS AND SOFT TISSUE INJURIES The limbs are the most common site of injury.
The injuries that you will encounter include bruising, sprains, strains, dislocations, fractures, avulsions, and crush injuries. Limb injuries, even when severe, are not directly life threatening unless associated with uncontrolled bleeding, therefore File Size: KB. Medico-legal practice (medical reports & expert witness services) in the following: • Trauma & accident surgery, including musculoskeletal injuries & fractures • Multiple-injury patients • Head injury • Spinal injury • Personal injury • Road traffic accidents • Work-related injuries & soft tissue.
Fractures with Soft Tissue Injuries. Editors: Tscherne, Harald, Gotzen, L. (Eds.) Pathophysiology and Classification of Soft Tissue Injuries Associated with Fractures.
Pages Tscherne, H. Preview Buy Chap95 € Results of the Treatment of Open Fractures, Aspects of Antibiotic Therapy. Pages Rojczyk, M. Injuries of soft tissue inthelower jaw area: seen in cases; 62 were caused by accidents and 39 were caused by crimes.
Within the accident group, injuries of soft tissue in the lower jaw area were reported in %, and such injuries within the crime group were %, which is. I have been a medical expert for 18 years & undertake medico-legal work in Chester, Stoke-on-Trent, Birkenhead, Liverpool, Wrexham & Rhyl • General practice minor injury cases, including: • Whiplash injury • Soft tissue injuries of the head, neck, back & limbs • Minor psychological effects • Injuries most commonly a consequence of road traffic accidents, accidents in the workplace.
Patterns of skeletal injury. Numerous studies have highlighted the significant association between multiple fractures and physical abuse (1,7,11).The relationship is particularly pertinent when fractures of different ages or old fractures for which medical care was not previously sought are found.
I have extensive experience in all areas of trauma and soft tissue injuries. Medico-legal training/courses I have attended courses in report writing, marketing and single joint expert training run by Bond Solon. I attended the Bond Solon clinical negligence and report writing course.
Medico-legal experience I have 29 years' experience in the. Dentoalveolar Injuries constitutes of • Alveolar bone Fracture 6 % • Soft tissue injury 47– 58% • Uncomplicated crown fracture 26 % • Complicated crown fracture % • Root fractures % • Avulsion 4–22% Caliskan MK, Turkun M.
Clinical investigation of traumatic injuries of permanent incisors in All aspects of vertebral column injury or pathology • Whiplash-type injuries • Low back injuries • Any trauma affecting the spine • Vertebral column fractures & poly trauma • Spinal cord injuries • Complex spinal surgery problems • Scoliosis cases (Mr Davies has over 20 years of scoliosis surgery experience) • Potential negligence cases involving all aspects of spinal pathology.
Fractures and soft tissue injuries can be treated rationally by understanding the mechanism of injury and the possibility of subsequent deformity.
This article classifies specific injuries as a group and indicates a treatment program for each problem. Full text. Introduction. Fracture of the tibia is the most common long-bone fracture worldwide .Acute compartment syndrome (ACS) is considered to be one of the most serious complications of tibial fractures, and failure to diagnose and treat it in time can lead to catastrophic consequences that are devastating to patients, surgeons and health care providers.
Of 2, patients (77% male, 23% female) with a facial injury, 90% sustained soft tissue injuries and 37% had bone fractures. Motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) were the most common cause of injuries. There were few associated injuries to other organ systems as well (%), which were not life threatening and included undisplaced fractures of minor bones including ribs, abrasions, bruises and lacerations to various soft tissue structures.
Soft tissue injuries Fractures of the spine Spinal disc & nerve root compression Etiology of back pain Radiological factors Aggravation of pre-existing ailments Psychiatric aspects Examination & disability evaluation --B.
Medico-legal aspects. General preparation for trial The low back Spinal. Intra-articular distal radius fractures, particularly those involving the lunate facet, show a higher rate of associated intercarpal ligament injury, 45, 50 Forward et al 44 found that radiographic evidence of ulnar positive variance >2 mm at the time of fracture is associated with a 4-fold increase of scapholunate interosseous ligament injury.
Legal term hurt means bodily pain, injury or wound and disease or infirmity caused to any person. Abrasion, bruise, laceration, fracture, dislocation, incised wound, stab wound, puncture. fracture injuries associated with teeth and the alveolar bone.
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Many bone fractures are complicated by a significant soft tissue injury that the X-ray may or may not show. Soft tissue injuries may be threatening to life or limb, and for this reason thorough clinical examination is required BEFORE obtaining the X-ray.