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Epiphyseal Line Fractures

Eduard Muller

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Epiphyseal line fractures, or growth line fractures, are most often caused by torsional and rotational forces, either as a result of a transition of the growth line, through a fracture line passing through it, or by the action of a crushing force. Growth line fractures are classified by the Salter-Harris classification. Injury can directly damage the growth plate or the bloodstream of the epiphyses, and both can result in bone growth disorder.

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Anatomy Visible in the Medical Illustration Includes:

Epiphyseal line fractures, growth line fractures, Salter-Harris classification, injury, growth plate, bone growth disorder.

Image created by:

Eduard Müller


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