closed reduction


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closed reduction

[¦klōzd ri′dək·shən]
(medicine)
Reduction of fractures or dislocations by manipulation without surgical intervention.
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Non-displaced and stable fractures treated with short cast immobilization after closed reduction were included in the study.
Closed reduction was tried under general anesthesia but failed.
Consequently, 5 patients went to theatre immediately, undergoing open reduction and instrumented fusion, obviating the risks of disc prolapse into the spinal canal with closed reduction, and avoiding the delay in waiting for an MRI.
Closed reduction and plaster of Paris immobilisation often result in a degree of malunion, with poor aesthetic appearance but with quite acceptable function.
10) The treatment of nasoethmoid orbital fractures has progressed from closed reduction and secondary treatment, which often led to poor results, to primary open reduction and fixation with plates and screws, which is now the gold standard.
Marquez diagnosed the patient as having a comminuted fracture of his right humerus, performed a closed reduction of the fracture, and set the patient's arm in a cast.
The Efficacy of Intraarticular Injections for Pain Management Following the Closed Reduction and Percutaneous Pinning of Pediatric Supracondylar Humerus Fractures: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Treatment of these fractures can be divided into two broad categories: closed reduction and casting and operative fixation.
Nevertheless, studies of therapeutic results following closed reduction of nasal fractures are rare.
Up until the 1920s closed reduction and casting was the mainstay of treatment for these injuries.
Montreal Canada), CS Whitman (Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital, Elkin, NC, USA), JD Conway (Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD, USA) *The indicated fresh fractures include fresh, closed, posteriorly displaced distal radius fractures and fresh, closed or Grade 1 open tibial diaphysis fractures in skeletally mature individuals when these fractures are orthopaedically managed by closed reduction and cast immobilization.