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Types of Fractures

Michael Faraci, RN

This puzzle will help students review the various kinds of fractures previously learned in part A of ADN 11B.

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1.Frequent with facial bones.
4.Break is straight across the bone.
5.Compound/complex. Fracture goes through the mucous membrane or skin.
6.Bone fragment is driven into another bone fragment.
9.Break occurs at an angle across the bone.
10.Bone splintered into several fragments.
14.Twisting around the shaft of the bone.
15.Bone has been compressed. Frequent in the spine.
2.Occurs through an area of diseased bone.
3.Simple, no break in skin.
7.Break occurs only through portion or cross section of bone.
8.Break is across the entire cross section of bone.
11.Fracture through the epiphysis of the bone.
12.One side of the bone is broken and the other side is bent.
13.Fragment of the bone pulled away from the ligament or tendon.

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