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The Biomechanics of Fracture Production
The Circumstances of Blunt Force Trauma
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accidents addition adults analysis anterior anthropologist appear articular surface associated avulsion fractures base blows blunt force body bone cause changes classification combination comminuted common complete compression consists cranial damage death defects depressed determined direct direct blows dislocation displacement distal elements et al examination extensive extremely falls femoral Figure foot force forensic frac fragment frequently greater hand head height impact increase indicate individual injuries interpretation involved joint lateral less ligaments loading loss lower margin material mechanism medial motor vehicle neck oblique occur pattern pelvic portion position possible posterior present produced proximal rare region relatively remains reported result Rogers rotation seen segment separation severe shaft shearing side skeletal skull soft tissue spine stress structure tend third tibia tion transverse trauma tures Type usually vertebrae vertical victim