of the ulnar collateral ligament of the thumb of a child.
A remarkable number of injuries were subsequently discovered on MRI following radiographic observation of an avulsion
fracture of the proximal fibula.
Current advice on the management for avulsion
and root fractures in the permanent dentition are shown in Tables 1 and 2.
A positive association between the age and the presence of alveolar fracture, avulsion
, facial fracture and site of trauma was observed.
Minimally displaced avulsions
are treated conservatively with rest, ice, and immobilization with bed rest and a hinged knee brace.
of glenohumeral ligaments as a cause of anterior shoulder instability.
fracture of the coracoid associated with acromioclavicular dislocation.
Patients are usually tender along the proximal medial border of the thigh, and a defect may be palpable in the rare cases of a tendon avulsion
As the river channel aggrades and channel gradients become increasingly steep, avulsions
(natural break-outs) occur, or, in some instances, human breaches of dikes and lev4es (Cen 1957; Hsu 1980: 103; Xu, Fuling 1989; Wang, Yulei 2008).
CPSC staff estimates from its 2007 and 2008 study of emergency department treated injuries related to table saws, that consumers suffered, on average, about 11 fractures, 11 amputations, and 8 avulsions
every day from contact with the saw blade.
Repair of flexor digitorum profundus tendon avulsions
from bone: an ex vivo biomechanical analysis.
Braving large aftershocks amid the devastation and with extremely limited medical supplies and conditions as austere as any battlefront medical unit, he immersed himself in treating and caring for over 300 critically wounded patients with injuries ranging from compound fractures to crushed limbs, traumatic amputations and avulsions
, and paralyzing spinal injuries.