by Springer .
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The history of the origin and development of the new Classification of Fractures was described in the preface to the French edition. The history of the acceptance of this new concept dates back to , when the Swiss Association for the Study of the Problems of Internal Fixation (AO) accepted the new Classification of by: Background and purpose — The AO Pediatric Comprehensive Classification of Long Bone Fractures (PCCF) describes the localization and morphology of fractures, and . The book has 14 chapters. The first chapter deals with dentition. Chapter two and three provides a comprehensive description of fracture healing and anatomy of mandible respectively. Chapter four and five are dedicated to examination of fracture and classification of fractures . To classify a fracture one must know its morphological characteristics and its location. The coding of the morphology and the location must be simple and easy to memorize. A classification is useful only if it considers the severity of the bone lesion and serves as a basis for treatment and for evaluation of the by: 4.
Müller AO Classification of fractures. The Müller AO Classification of fractures is a system for classifying bone fractures initially published in by the AO Foundation as a method of categorizing injuries according to therognosis of the patient’s anatomical and functional outcome. Part 1: General Principles 1 Musculoskeletal structures and function 3 2 Soft-tissue injuries and healing 12 3 Nerve injuries and repair 20 4 Fractures and healing 25 5 Fractures—principles of management 32 6 Complications of fractures 44 7 Major trauma 49 8 Congenital and developmental conditions 52 9 Generalized orthopaedic conditions Request PDF | Maxillofacial Fractures: Midface and Internal Orbit-Part I: Classification and Assessment | Fractures of the midface and internal orbit occur isolated or . Classification. General Principles. 1 - Humerus 2 - Radius/Ulna 3 - Femur 4 - Tibia/Fibula-1,2,3 = Proximal, diaphysis, distal. Diaphysis/Epiphysis A - Simple extra-articicular (1-spiral, 2-oblique, 3-transverse) B - Segmental partial-articular C - Comminuted articular. Explanation. The AO group has developed a comprehensive classification of.
Reliable classification of children’s fractures according to the comprehensive classification of long bone fractures by Müller Terje Meling, 1 Knut Harboe, 1 Cathrine H Enoksen, 1 Morten Aarflot, 2 Astvaldur J Arthursson, 1 and Kjetil Søreide 3, 4Cited by: 8. Le Fort's fracture classification is based on experimental examinations of dried skull bones and comprises three levels of fracture along commonly occurring lines. Transverse fractures of the maxilla (outside the line of teeth) with typical lines of fracture: #pic# with additional fractures of the bony part of the nasal septum, the vomer. The Comprehensive Classification of Fractures: Part 2: Pelvis and Acetabulum: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Skip to main content Price: $ The AO Pediatric Comprehensive Classification of Long Bone Fractures (PCCF). Part II: Location and Morphology of Lower Extremity Fractures in Children and Adolescents. Acta Orthop [Epub ahead of print] [Google Scholar] Joeris Cited by: