. The American journal of roentgenology, radium therapy and nuclear medicine . Fig. 9. Case Xo. 4859. Same Case as Fig. 8, SixMonths Later. Picture shows repair in spine and long union oftransverse processes showing that the transverse proc-esses wUl unite if not too widely separated. Thispatient has no paralysis and practically no disability. 462 Functional Disability Following Fractures with overriding of the fractured endscausing a dislocation of the head of theradius. This complication may easily beoverlooked. One case was observed inwhich the dislocation recurred three tim.es,. Fig. 10. C

. The American journal of roentgenology, radium therapy and nuclear medicine . Fig. 9. Case Xo. 4859. Same Case as Fig. 8, SixMonths Later. Picture shows repair in spine and long union oftransverse processes showing that the transverse proc-esses wUl unite if not too widely separated. Thispatient has no paralysis and practically no disability. 462 Functional Disability Following Fractures with overriding of the fractured endscausing a dislocation of the head of theradius. This complication may easily beoverlooked. One case was observed inwhich the dislocation recurred three tim.es,. Fig. 10. C Stock Photo
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. The American journal of roentgenology, radium therapy and nuclear medicine . Fig. 9. Case Xo. 4859. Same Case as Fig. 8, SixMonths Later. Picture shows repair in spine and long union oftransverse processes showing that the transverse proc-esses wUl unite if not too widely separated. Thispatient has no paralysis and practically no disability. 462 Functional Disability Following Fractures with overriding of the fractured endscausing a dislocation of the head of theradius. This complication may easily beoverlooked. One case was observed inwhich the dislocation recurred three tim.es, . Fig. 10. Case No. 24004. Unimpacted Fracture ofNeck of the Femur in Female Aged 54 Years. Picture taken four days after injury. and the ulna had to be plated to hold itin extension before reduction of the dis-location could be maintained. This series has not furnished anythingstriking in fractures near the shoulder.A large number of cases have been exam-ined in which there was marked loss offunction but no fracture. This is nowknown to be due to injuries to the soft parts, and, as a class, can be classified as sprains, although the injuries were of various kindsand degrees. In fractures of the surgicalneck the extent of the injury to the softparts will usually determine the loss offunction. Two cases of fracture of theanatomical neck with displacement ofthe fragment, in which the fragments wereresected, gave fair functional results. Marked fractures and dislocations ofthe vertebrae can occur with surprisingly little disability. Two cases were seen, one with a crushing of the body of thee

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