Classification of fractures and soft tissue injuries is an essential aid in the diagnosis and management of injuries, the assessment of outcomes and in clinical research. When many systems are available for a particular injury, this can cause confusion and controversy over management. In this invaluable book the three editors provide a comprehensive review of all of the known musculoskeletal trauma classification systems in a single volume. A team of contributors has sought out original versions of classification systems wherever possible, and these have been presented in chapters according to the site of injury.The ratio between similar type fractures class and grade, e.g. supination/eversion (type 2) and supi- nation/eversion (type ... There have been many attempts to classify ankle growth plate injuries: Carothers (1955) classified them according to anbsp;...
|Title||:||Classification of Musculoskeletal Trauma|
|Author||:||P. B. Pynsent|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1999-08-26|