Fractura osso

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Un fractura osso (alicun veces abbreviate FRX o Fx, Fx, o #) es un condition medical in que es un rota partial o cmplete in le continuitate de osso. In caso plure severe, le osso pote esse fracassatura in plura pieces.[1] Un fractura osso pote esse le resulta de impacto forte o tension, o un injuria de trauma minima como un resulta de certe conditiones medical que debilita le ossos, talmente como osteoporosis, osteopenia, cancer ossatura, o osteogenesis imperfecta, ubi es tunc nominate un fractura pathologica. [2]

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Bene si le texito ossatura mesme non continet nociceptores, le fractura osso es dolorose pro multe rationes:[3] Le ruptura in le continuitate del periosteum, con o sine discontinuitate in le endosteum, como que ambe contine receptores dolore multiple.

A bone fracture (sometimes abbreviated FRX or Fx, Fx, or #) is a medical condition in which there is a partial or complete break in the continuity of the bone. In more severe cases, the bone may be broken into several pieces.[1] A bone fracture may be the result of high force impact or stress, or a minimal trauma injury as a result of certain medical conditions that weaken the bones, such as osteoporosis, osteopenia, bone cancer, or osteogenesis imperfecta, where the fracture is then properly termed a pathologic fracture.[2]

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Signs and symptoms[edit] Although bone tissue itself contains no nociceptors, bone fracture is painful for several reasons:[3] Breaking in the continuity of the periosteum, with or without similar discontinuity in endosteum, as both contain multiple pain receptors Edema of nearby soft tissues caused by bleeding of broken periosteal blood vessels evokes pressure pain Involuntary muscle spasms trying to hold bone fragments in place. Hematoma on the fracture site.

Damage to adjacent structures such as nerves, muscles or blood vessels, spinal cord, and nerve roots (for spine fractures), or cranial contents (for skull fractures) may cause other specific signs and symptoms.

  1. Katherine, Abel (2013). Official CPC Certification Study Guide. American Medical Association, 108. 
  2. (2016) "[[[:Patrono:Google books]] Emergency Care of Musculoskeletal Injuries]", Sabiston Textbook of Surgery, 20th, Elsevier, 462–504. ISBN 978-0-323-40163-0. 
  3. MedicineNet – Fracture Patrono:Webarchive Medical Author: Benjamin C. Wedro, MD, FAAEM.