By Yingze Zhang
"While many fracture books are at the moment on hand in quite a few languages, this e-book may possibly thus far be at the of the biggest collections of scientific epidemiological facts of bone fracture classifications to be had. it's in accordance with greater than 25 years of expertise in a wide trauma middle and comprises detailed features of remedy and care on the subject of released or ongoing examine by means of the professional authors. hence, a thorough interpreting presents perception into the continuing improvement of latest developments in trauma care"--Provided by way of publisher. �Read more...
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6 Sex distribution of 1290 fractures of segment 11. 36% a 200 Number of fractures 145 152 162 Male 156 Female 150 115 96 52 50 81 78 100 46 50 55 42 35 19 6 0 16–20 21–30 31–40 b Fig. 7 a, b a Age distribution of 1290 fractures of segment 11. b Age and sex distribution of 1290 fractures of segment 11. 18% a 600 Male 551 Female 510 500 Number of fractures 400 300 200 98 100 72 30 29 0 11-A b 11-B Fracture type Fig. 8 a, b a Fracture type distribution of 1290 fractures of segment 11. b Sex and fracture type distribution of 1290 fractures of segment 11.
The anterior compartment contains the biceps brachii, coracobrachialis, and brachialis muscles. The brachial artery and vein, and median, musculocutaneous, and ulnar nerves course along the medial border of the biceps. The triceps brachii muscle and radial nerve are contained in the posterior compartment. The radial nerve winds around the radial sulcus in between the medial and lateral heads of the triceps brachii, perforating the lateral intermuscular septum at the junction of the middle and distal thirds of the humeral shaft and entering the anterior aspect of the arm, which makes it an easy target when fractures and dislocations occur at this location.
If the radiographic evaluation is equivocal or if there is soft-tissue damage, computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be a good imaging choice to provide more accurate information for early diagnosis and proper treatment. Doppler ultrasound or angiography can be of great assistance if the proximal humeral fracture is associated with dislocation or with vascular injury. 11 n Treatment Proximal humeral fracture with minimal or no displacement may be treated nonoperatively with satisfactory results.
Clinical Epidemiology of Orthopedic Trauma by Yingze Zhang