Definition of Complete fracture
1. Noun. Break involving the entire width of the bone.
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Literary usage of Complete fracture
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1. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1913)
"Skiagram taken six months after second operation, showing complete fracture of the transplant. Fig. 14 (Case 2). Skiagram made one month after third ..."
2. A Manual for the Practice of Surgery by Thomas Bryant (1881)
"A complete fracture may be transverse, oblique, longitudinal, dentate, or comminuted; multiple of the (same bones, or of contiguous bones, of separate or ..."
3. Annotated Cases, American and English by H Noyes Greene, William Mark McKinney, David Shephard Garland (1918)
"14, which changed the provision of benefit "in the event of broken lee" to the provision of benefit "in the event of the complete fracture of the thigh or ..."
4. The Immediate care of the injured by Albert Sidney Morrow (1912)
"complete fracture of both bones of the leg (Hoffa). A Complicated Fracture is a break in the bone accompanied by an injury to some of the surrounding ..."
5. A Practical treatise on fractures and dislocations by Frank Hastings Hamilton (1891)
"The question of bony union after a complete fracture of the neck of the femur within the capsule has ... Some were partial rather than complete fracture*: ..."
6. The Treatment of fractures by Charles Locke Scudder (1902)
"It is necessary, therefore, to administer an anesthetic, and to make a complete fracture of the greenstick fracture. This done, the arm is set as in a ..."
7. Surgical diseases of children: A Modern Treatise on Pediatric Surgery by Samuel Walter Kelley (1909)
"The treatment of greenstick is the same as for simple complete fracture. If seen early the deformity should be corrected (even if this act completes the ..."